During Your Appointment
At your initial visit, which will typically last about an hour, your doctor will ask you for a complete history of your condition. He’ll also review any X-rays or test results that you’ve provided, and he’ll recommend a course of action for you.
The field of hand surgery provides both surgical and non-surgical treatments for a wide range of conditions and problems due to injury, disease or congenital abnormality. Each of our clinics is staffed and equipped to offer on-site, state-of-the-art hand therapy. Most surgery is usually offered on an outpatient basis, however some procedures can be performed right in our clinics.
Our Caring Staff
From our physicians and certified hand therapists to our receptionists and office staff, Hand to Shoulder Specialists of Wisconsin is a team of quality professionals committed to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to our patients. We look forward to getting to know you.
X-Rays and Tests
Your physician may order new X-rays or tests in order to further evaluate your condition. If you’d prefer to return to the clinic for testing on a different day, simply let the doctor know. Sometimes the doctor will order tests to be conducted at another facility. Our staff will gladly assist you with scheduling those tests. In either case, you’ll return to our clinic to review the results with your doctor when they’re available.