You rely on your hands and wrists for precise activities like writing, typing, or tying your shoes. But you also use them to push open doors or stop you from falling. They contain many muscles, bones, and tendons that allow such a wide variety of movement and functionality. 

Hands and wrists are vulnerable to both acute injuries and chronic debilitating conditions. Some people hurt themselves playing sports or in a fall. Others may suffer from arthritis or as a result of constant repetitive movement, for instance, using a computer keyboard.

Many people find hand and wrist conditions the most bothersome of ailments because folks continuously use their hands for work and recreation. Most activities involve using hands and wrists. And regular daily life can easily exacerbate painful conditions.

AZ Spine Disc & Sport can help with almost any hand or wrist problem. We have a variety of non-surgical techniques and procedures. We can also help evaluate your work or play ergonomics to assist with your recovery and help you avoid injury in the future.


If you find you have mobility problems, swelling, pain, deformity, or something else bothering your hands or wrists, you should contact us for a consultation. Taking pain medication on a short-term basis can help with symptoms, but you risk more permanent damage. 

We help with a variety of hand and wrist conditions, including:

  • tendinitis
  • trigger finger
  • dislocations
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • fractures
  • finger arthritis in Phoenix
  • sprains and strains
  • cysts
  • nerve injuries


Proper evaluation and diagnosis are essential to reducing your pain and accelerating your healing. We want to help you with your hand and wrist condition. We will do a thorough examination, including advanced imagery, to determine your options. Contact us today for a consultation.

AZSDS also performs laser therapy with the latest 2020 technology. It is great for reducing pain and inflammation and promotes rapid healing.
There is no need for you to suffer. Contact us today to find out more about how we can help with your knee conditions.