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Hand & Upper Extremity

Injuries to the hand and upper extremities are very common throughout all age groups. The upper extremities account for everything from the shoulder to the fingertips. This includes all the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. Treating these conditions may be as simple as physical therapy or may involve intricate procedures such as reconstructive surgery.

Hand conditions may be:

  • Chronic, such as tendonitis and carpal tunnel
  • Trauma-related, including sprains, fractures, and dislocations
  • Arthritic, such as be degenerative, inflamed, or trauma-related arthritis.

Meet Our Hand & Upper Extremity Specialist: Dr. Brett Richards

At Ogden Clinic, our is board-certified and fellowship trained hand and upper extremity specialist, Dr. Brett Richards, is qualified to diagnose and treat all problems related to the hand, wrist, forearm, and shoulder. Dr. Richards is a diplomat of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand.
Whenever possible, our hand and upper extremity specialist seeks to treat conditions with non-surgical approaches such as splints, injections, physical therapy, and medication. However, when surgical intervention is needed, we are prepared with the latest minimally invasive technology. Better patient recovery and less downtime is our commitment to you.

In-Office Procedures

Trust our Hand and Upper Extremity department to provide complete, specialized care right when you need it. Some other in-office treatments we offer include:

  • Intra- articular (joint) injections (tendinitis, carpal tunnel, ganglion cysts, etc.)
  • Xiaflex injections for Dupuytren’s Disease
  • Trigger Finger treatment
  • Tommy John surgery
  • Fingertip repair
  • Bracing, splints, and other support
  • Specialized hand therapy
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation

We’ve got you covered through all of life’s twist and turns. To contact us, please call 801-475-3300 today.

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