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Broken Finger Treatment Options for Adults and Children in Houston, TX

Broken Finger Houston TX

A broken finger is a common injury that we see and treat often at Hand Surgery Specialists of Texas in Houston. When this injury occurs, the primary symptom is pain in the area where the bone has fractured or broken. Depending on the nature of the injury, the finger may appear deformed and eventually show signs of bruising, swelling, or stiffening as well. A severely broken finger may involve numbness of the hand, crushed tissue, or a bone that’s exposed through the skin.

If you experience any of these symptoms after an injury, or suspect that you may have a broken finger, it’s best to seek medical attention as soon as possible to receive an accurate diagnosis and treatment. Adults and children in the Houston area can turn to the experts at Hand Surgery Specialists of Texas for exceptional care by experienced professionals. Our team of board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians specialize in treating broken fingers and many other hand injuries and conditions.

Our offices in Houston, TX, feature state-of-the-art equipment, including X-ray machines, which our specialists can use to diagnose a broken finger and determine the precise nature and location of the fracture. The treatment we recommend and perform will depend on the severity of the condition, and may involve:

  • Taping the affected finger to a neighboring finger – If your fracture is stable, taping the damaged finger will restrict its mobility and allow it to heal.
  • Splinting or casting – If the fracture is unstable, your finger will need to be aligned and then immobilized using a splint or cast to allow it to heal properly.
  • Surgery – There are many different types of surgical techniques, including minimally invasive options, used to treat fractures and other various hand conditions. In severe cases, such as an impacted fracture, a displacement fracture, or a fracture that involves a joint, surgery may be required to stabilize your broken finger before it is splinted or put in a cast.

Hand Surgery Specialists of Texas is the largest private hand care practice in the Houston area, and we offer same-day appointments and walk-in treatment services for the convenience of our patients. If you have a broken finger or another hand condition that requires medical attention, contact us today.

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