The wrist is a complex joint that allows for a great degree of mobility for positioning the hand for tasks. The wrist is formed by 8 small carpal bones, including the proximal carpal row (comprised of the scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, and pisiform bones), as well as the distal carpal row (comprised of the trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, and hamate). Injury to the wrist may cause instability of the wrist, poor function, pain, and arthritis with time. Repetitive motion can also cause damage to the wrist.
Dr. McNamara has over 20 years of experience in hand and wrist surgery, and is a Board Certified orthopedic surgeon with a CAQ in Hand Surgery.
Dr. Gray is a Board Eligible orthopedic surgeon who completed a Hand and Upper Extremity fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin. His specialized training includes arthroscopic procedures of the wrist.
Depending on the severity of the condition, we often offer non-surgical alternatives as well as minimally invasive surgical procedures to relieve pain, restore function, and get you back to the things you enjoy. Minimally invasive procedures offer reduced risk of injury to surrounding tissues, a faster recovery, and minimal scarring. Common wrist injuries and conditions we treat are listed below.