Our orthopaedic specialists diagnose and treat many hand, wrist, forearm and elbow conditions. Whether it's painful arthritis or an uncomfortable cyst that's causing concern and keeping you from fully using your hands, our experts can help. With custom treatment plans and a big focus on patient education, our team will make sure you feel confident in the care you receive at Johns Hopkins.
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Conditions We Treat
- Hand, wrist and elbow arthritis
- Tendinitis, such as trigger finger and tennis elbow
- Nerve compression, such as carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndromes
- Dupytren’s contracture
- Fractures of the hand, wrist and forearm
- Upper extremity cysts and tumors
- Nerve, ligament and/or tendon injuries, such as triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) tears
- Hand deformities
Our Advanced Practitioners
Jennifer Kerr Logan, P.A.-C.
Valerie Francis, P.A.-C.
Our team includes experienced board-certified occupational therapists who work closely with the hand surgeons in all of our outpatient clinics. Whether you have an arm or hand injury, a pain-related condition or need therapy after a surgery, our hand therapy experts are here to get you back to your daily activities as soon as possible.
Hand Arthritis | Bill's Story
Bill Knudson developed arthritis in his left hand, which began to affect his ability to play the guitar and started impacting his job as a sign language interpreter. Bill sought care through Johns Hopkins Orthopaedics, working with Dr. LaPorte and occupational therapist Jyo Supnekar.
Hear from Our Experts
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | FAQ with Dr. Sophia Strike
Wrist Pain and Tendonitis | FAQ with Dr. Sophia Strike