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Wrist Pain Treatment in Fox Valley

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Wrist pain often comes up unexpectedly, and once it strikes it becomes impossible to ignore. Everyday tasks like driving, typing, and cooking become all the more difficult. At Fox Valley Orthopedics, we have specialists in wrist pain treatment and surgery. We work closely with patients to find the ideal treatment plan for their unique situation. While surgery is always an option for these conditions, we help patients explore less invasive options first. Should surgery be necessary, our team is skilled in minimally invasive procedures that put less strain on the body and allow for faster recovery with reduced scarring.

We treat the following wrist conditions:

  • Ganglion of wrist
  • Wrist arthritis
  • Wrist fracture
  • Wrist sprain

There’s no reason to keep living with wrist pain. Call (630) 584-1400 today or contact us online to schedule an appointment with our experienced orthopedists.

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Whether you are a seasoned athlete or weekend warrior, sports injuries can often be prevented or reduced by following a few simple precautions. Learn firsthand how to reduce your risk of acute injuries (sprains, strains, fractures, and dislocations) and overuse injuries (tendinitis, stress fractures, swimmer’s shoulder, runner’s/jumper’s knee, and shin splints). In addition, learn how single sports specialization, as a young athlete, can lead to overuse injury and burnout. The program will cover specific physical therapy prevention techniques and healthy lifestyle tips. This program is presented by orthopedic surgeon and team doctor for the Kane County Cougars, Dr. James Sostak of Fox Valley Orthopedics.

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Oh My Aching Feet -- Arthritis
in the Feet & Ankles

Arthritis in your feet can affect your every move as inflammation and swelling of the joints become increasingly more difficult. Fox Valley Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon Dr. Eric Bartel will discuss arthritis on the lower extremities and ankles, and how to prevent, treat and even live with arthritis. Biological infusion therapy will also be discussed, and well as using mobility aids.

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