Arthritis of the hand

The choice of the right treatment for your wrist arthritis is strongly dependent on the cause of the arthritis, its localisation and your subjective degree of suffering. 
Our therapeutic measures are primarily aimed at reducing your pain, improving the mobility of your wrist and slowing down your joint wear. 
If conservative measures, such as drug therapy, do not improve your wrist arthritis, a surgical intervention may be necessary. Our experienced hand surgeons apply the entire surgical spectrum for this. They have access to the latest surgical techniques. Together with you, we will discuss which procedure is suitable for your arthritis and organise appropriate follow-up treatment.

Conservative treatment methods:

Surgical treatment methods

General information about Hand osteoarthritis

Hand osteoarthritis: Recognising symptoms and understanding causes. Information and help about hand osteoarthritis can be found here.