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Hand Fracture Treatment

Fractures of the hand are a common injury that can significantly impact daily life. These fractures can occur in any of the 27 bones that make up the hand, including the phalanges (finger bones) and metacarpals (the bones in the middle of the hand). Hand fractures typically result from trauma such as falls, sports injuries, or accidents. Symptoms often include immediate pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty moving the fingers. Diagnosis usually involves a physical examination and imaging tests like X-rays. Treatment varies depending on the fracture's type and severity, ranging from immobilization with a splint or cast to surgical intervention for more complex breaks. Prompt and appropriate treatment is crucial to ensure proper healing and to prevent complications like stiffness, deformity, or long-term dysfunction. Recovery may also include physical therapy to restore strength and flexibility. Protecting your hands during high-risk activities and maintaining bone health through proper nutrition and exercise can help prevent fractures. If you suspect a hand fracture, seek medical attention promptly to ensure the best possible outcome.

Fractures of the hand are a common injury that can significantly impact daily life. These fractures can occur in any of the 27 bones that make up the hand, including the phalanges (finger bones) and metacarpals (the bones in the middle of the hand). Hand fractures typically result from trauma such as falls, sports injuries, or accidents. Symptoms often include immediate pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty moving the fingers. Diagnosis usually involves a physical examination and imaging tests like X-rays. Treatment varies depending on the fracture's type and severity, ranging from immobilization with a splint or cast to surgical intervention for more complex breaks. Prompt and appropriate treatment is crucial to ensure proper healing and to prevent complications like stiffness, deformity, or long-term dysfunction. Recovery may also include physical therapy to restore strength and flexibility. Protecting your hands during high-risk activities and maintaining bone health through proper nutrition and exercise can help prevent fractures. If you suspect a hand fracture, seek medical attention promptly to ensure the best possible outcome.

Dr. Manuj Wadhwa
Years Of - Experience 20 +

Dr. Manuj Wadhwa

Chairman & Executive Director Elite Institutes of Orthopedics & Joint Replacement
  • Ivy Hospitals, Punjab
  • Ojas Hospitals, Panchkula
Awards Wining Doctor
  • 2 Times World Book of Records
  • 7 Times Limca Book of Records
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