Orthopedic Hand &
Upper Extremity Care

Colorado Springs top choice for hand, wrist, elbow & shoulder pain treatment.

Colorado Center of Orthopaedic Excellence in Colorado Springs offer you some of the top hand surgeons and upper extremity orthopedic specialists in the region. Our hand and upper extremity surgeons specialize in surgical and non-surgical procedures to treat injuries and disorders of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Working in close collaboration with our Physical and Occupational Therapy, our team provides evaluation, treatment and rehabilitative care to help patients recover and return to work or activity.

Hand & Upper Extremity Specialists

Top conditions for the hand, wrist, elbow & shoulder

Trigger Finger

Trigger finger, known medically as stenosing tenosynovitis, is a condition that causes pain, locking, popping or clicking of the fingers or thumb when the hand is opened or closed. Muscles in your forearm attach to tendons that run all the way down to the bones at the ends of your fingers. These muscles are what help you bend your fingers into a fist.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common hand and wrist injury that is often caused by repetitive motion. Because symptoms tend to develop gradually, many people don’t recognize or treat the condition early on. But left untreated, carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms can become more extreme, disrupting your life and severely limiting day-to-day activities. That’s why understanding the symptoms and treating carpal tunnel syndrome is essential.

Elbow Tendonitis

This is a painful condition that occurs when tendons become inflamed or irritated. Tendonitis in the elbow is usually the result of overuse, which overloads the tendons and they become damaged causing pain and tenderness around the elbow joint. Symptoms usually develop gradually and worsen over time especially during activities using the forearm. Tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and pitcher’s elbow are all forms of tendonitis. Many cases of tendonitis respond to rest and nonoperative treatments such as icing, anti-inflammatory medication including cortisone injections, immobilization, and physical therapy. If left untreated, tendonitis can cause more serious problems that require surgery.

Rotator Cuff Injury

This injury causes shoulder pain whenever you move your arm, reach, or even sleep. The injury may be a partial tear or a complete tear of a tendon in the shoulder. The group of tendons and muscles that support the shoulder is called the rotator cuff. Rotator cuff injuries are one of the more common injuries to the shoulder.

Two Locations:

2446 Research Pkwy, Suite 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

2925 Professional Pl, Suite 201,
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

(719) 623-1050

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