Hand & Wrist Care
Our hand care experts will work with you to improve function so you can get back to your active everyday life. Every hand specialist at Summit is fellowship-trained. A fellowship is the highest level of training for a physician, and involves an additional intensive year to master the intricacies of the sub-specialty.
Talk with a hand and wrist specialist
Your hand and wrist contain an intricate arrangement of joints, cartilage, and bones that must work together to accomplish functions we all can easily take for granted every day. When something goes wrong, all of sudden simple tasks can become a chore. That’s when you want a team of hand care specialists and surgeons that are regionally and nationally recognized for their expertise in the non-surgical and surgical treatment of hand and wrist disorders.
Schedule your appointment with a hand and wrist specialist at one of our convenient clinic locations in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Understanding Hand Anatomy
Whether we are extending a hand in friendship or lending a hand at work, we depend on our hands. We need flexibility and coordination to position our fingers and thumbs as we use a keyboard, play an instrument, or perform other fine motor skills. Muscle strength enables us to bend or straighten our wrist, and to grip objects. Learn more about the anatomy of your hand with these resources.
Ask the Expert: Hand & Wrist Video Series
15 videos in this series
- What is a Hand Surgeon?
- Hand Arthritis: When to Seek Help
- What is Carpal Tunnel?
- Child Arm and Wrist Fractures
- Does tennis elbow just happen in those who play the sport?
- My finger won't straighten. What is wrong?
- Alternatives to Surgery for Hand Arthritis
- Tips to Safely Remove a Ring
- Hand Pain That Interrupts Sleep
- Will cracking knuckles cause arthritis?
- Treatment Options for Dupuytren's Contracture
- Hand Safety Using a Snowblower
- Preventing Hand Injuries When Gardening
- Typing and Carpal Tunnel
- What is open reduction and fixation?
Dr. Anderson was able to diagnose my problem and gave me a shot of cortisone and my thumb was better in a few days.
Dr. Donovan was top notch. He was very thorough explaining to me the condition of my wrist and what needed to be done.
Dr. Falconer was very thorough about what my situation was and the treatment plan. He was patient and kind.
Dr Forseth has been my orthopedic doctor for many years, he's the best doctor ever. I have referred many friends to him and they are also just as pleased as I am.
Dr Holm has always been very helpful and understanding of my needs!
It was a great experience. We got into our appointment on time and Dr. Parisi's team was fantastic. Bethany who put my son's cast on was super friendly and just awesome.
Dr. Su is a caring physician. He exudes confidence along professionalism. Very happy with the care he provides.
Dr Thomas is professional, knowledgeable, and very respectful. I would never go to anyone but him again.
Articles from our Hand & Wrist Experts:Subscribe
Learn about the benefits and risks of conservative and surgical trigger finger treatments.
Do you know the four causes of trigger finger?
A physician in the family and a love of hockey inform Dr. Delaney’s practice.
Upper extremity surgeon Dr. Parisi recommends a checklist of questions for patients considering hand surgery.
Upper extremity surgeon Dr. Parisi guides you through a conversation you should have with your hand surgeon.
With icy conditions on the horizon, Dr. Parisi has suggestions to help prevent wrist fractures caused by falls.