Wrist pain can be caused by many issues due to the complexity of tendons, ligaments and bones that allow much dexterity in this area. When there is inflammation or injury, that movement can be restricted and painful as we often rely on our wrists to do the simplest daily tasks.

Pain in the wrists could be caused by a sudden traumatic injury, disease or a repeated strain over many years. If left untreated, the condition may worsen and affect other parts of the arm. If you are having any of the symptoms below, please contact one of our hand and wrist specialists:

If you are having any of the following conditions, call a qualified OSMC physician:

  • Pain when gripping/twisting/lifting objects
  • Swelling in the wrist
  • A decrease in range of motion
  • Warmth or redness in wrist
  • Numbness/tingling/throbbing in wrist
  • A grinding sensation in the joint
  • Cysts in joints

Our experienced physicians treat these common conditions surgically and non-surgically:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Nerve laceration
  • Post-traumatic reconstruction
  • Sports related injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Ganglion cysts
  • Infections
  • Compartment syndrome


Christopher Annis, MD
Anesthesiologist/Pain Management Physician
David Beatty, MD
Anesthesiologist/Pain Management

Locations: Elkhart, Nappanee

Joseph Caldwell, MD
Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

Locations: Elkhart, Goshen

Edith Cullen, MD
Sports Medicine Physician

Location: Goshen

Ryan Foreman, MD
Sports Medicine Physician

Locations: Elkhart, Nappanee

Gene W. Grove, MD
Anesthesiologist/ Pain Management Physician

Locations: Elkhart, Middlebury

Jason Hix, MD
Sports Medicine Physician

Locations: Elkhart, Middlebury

Jonathan Schrock, MD
Anesthesiologist/ Pain Management Physician


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