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Hand, Wrist and Elbow – Services Overview

We at Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic understand how important the hand, wrist and elbow are in everyday function. These joints make up a portion of the upper extremity. The hand, wrist and elbow structures include bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles, that work together to perform movements that allow activities such as gardening, sewing and typing, or sporting movements used for tennis or golf. If you have an injury, experience pain, numbness, tingling or burning in the upper extremity, our team of Board Certified orthopedic surgeons and Fellowship trained hand and wrist surgeons can determine the best course of treatment for you.

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Hand, Wrist & Elbow Conditions

The providers at KCBJ treat a wide variety of hand, wrist, and elbow conditions.  Click here to learn more about what we treat.

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Hand, Wrist & Elbow Procedures

The orthopedic surgeons at KCBJ perform different procedures for the hand, wrist, and elbows based on the condition being treated.  Click here to find out more about those procedures.

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Treatments, Exercises & Rehab

Did your provider recommend a conservative treatment route with a home exercise program?  Click here to get started with different flexibility and strengthening programs for the hand, wrist, and elbow.

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Schedule An Appt.

We offer online appointment scheduling for your convenience. Click below to request an appointment with one of our hand, wrist and elbow specialists.

Related Physicians

The providers at Kansas City Bone and Joint Clinic each have their own areas of specialty. Click on the providers below to read more about them.

Related Physicians

The providers at Kansas City Bone and Joint Clinic each have their own areas of specialty. Click on the providers below to read more about them.

Related Articles

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Check out these related articles and blogs to find out more information regarding the hand, wrist or elbow.

Does Rheumatoid Arthritis Only Affect Your Wrists?




Before we just into our discussion about rheumatoid arthritis, let’s begin with a quick anatomy refresher. We use our wrists and hands to lift, pull, grasp, throw, grip- the list goes on and on. Your wrists are constantly being used. The normal wrist consists of eight... read more

Dupuytren’s Disease Treatments




Dupuytren’s Disease: Treatment of Nodules or Cords without Contracture   Now you have been properly diagnosed with Dupuytren’s disease because you’ve been to your orthopedic doctor for an evaluation.   Luckily, you are in the early stages, and you do not have any... read more

Dupuytren’s Disease- What is it??




So, you’ve noticed that you have these strange little bumps in the palm of your hand. They are thick and sometimes can be itchy or aching. Before things get out of hand, you contact your doctor and make an appointment to find out what these nodules are before they get... read more

 Back in action

Here are great stories from a few of our patients on how they got ‘Back in Action’ after hand, wrist or elbow pain. 

Patient’s finger was saved from table saw injury




Dr. Elton was able to salvage Roger Taylor’s finger following a devastating injury. “She’s always smiling, happy to see me like I was her best friend and only person she was concerned about that she was seeing all day. “- Roger Taylor      ... read more