As the premier orthopedic and neurosurgical providers for Vancouver, Portland, Lake Oswego, and the surrounding areas for over 50 years, Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery offers exceptional hand care from our fellowship-trained and board-certified hand doctors so you can rebound.
The hands are complex structures that require highly specialized care from an experienced doctor. Because the fingers and hands are so frequently used, pain in that area can compromise a patient's activity level and quality of life, whether it is due to a small injury or a serious hand condition. Patients should seek the advice of an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in hand and wrist pain. They will explain the injury or condition and the available treatment options and then work with the patient to determine the best recovery plan, personalized according to his or her needs and goals.
When Is It Time to Consult a Hand Doctor?
Being able to communicate any of the symptoms you are experiencing will allow you to provide helpful information to your doctor. It can tell your doctor how severe your hand or wrist injury is or the type of hand or wrist condition you may have. It is important to schedule an appointment with a hand doctor near you if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Aching pain that does not get better
- Clicking or popping sounds when moving the fingers
- Finger or hand cramps
- Pain that travels up the arm to the elbow
- Pain when performing daily tasks, such as opening a jar
- Pulsing pain in the fingers
- Thumb pain
- Tingling or numbness
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, it could mean that you have one of the following injuries or conditions, which can be treated by our hand specialists:
- Arthritis of the thumb, hand, or wrist
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- De Quervain’s disease
- Dupuytren's contracture
- Nerve or tendon injury
- Trigger finger
- Vascular disease or circulatory disturbances in the hand
- Work-related injury
Our specialists understand that pain in the hand and fingers can have a severe impact on your lifestyle and keep you from living the life you love. To discuss your options, schedule a consultation with one of our hand doctors by calling 1-800-REBOUND or requesting an appointment online. Our hand experts are available at Vancouver, Rose Quarter, Salmon Creek, and Camas.
The Region's Most Preferred Hand & Wrist Care in Vancouver & Portland
At Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery, our doctors and staff put patients first and are dedicated to providing compassionate, quality orthopedic care. As the region's most preferred orthopedic practice, we are proud to be the official sports medicine providers for the Portland Trail Blazers and continuously strive for excellence.
Our fellowship-trained and board-certified hand surgeons, Edward H. Coale, Jr., M.D., Benjamin Jacobs, M.D., Douglas S. Musgrave, M.D., Suresh K. Nayar, M.D., R. Wendell Pierce, M.D., and Kirk L. Wong, M.D., have the skill and expertise to treat a wide variety of hand and wrist injuries and conditions. Our hand doctors will always exhaust all conservative treatment options before suggesting surgery; however, there are some situations in which hand surgery is the best option to help eliminate pain and restore function. If hand surgery is recommended, our surgeons have vast experience in performing many surgical procedures, including microvascular hand surgery, reconstructive hand and wrist surgery, and carpal tunnel release.
To help facilitate a full and rapid recovery, our hand surgeons take a team approach when it comes to patient-centered care, and they work in conjunction with our hand therapists, who offer specialized therapy services. Our ultimate goal is to provide an effective rehabilitation plan that is focused on your individual needs to help you resume a pain-free lifestyle.
If you're ready to discuss your hand problem and the available treatment options with one of our specialty-trained hand surgeons, visit us in Vancouver at our Vancouver, Salmon Creek, or Camas locations or in Portland at our Rose Quarter location. You can request an appointment online or call us at 1-800-REBOUND.