Call us: (817) 877-3113

Phone: (817) 877-3113

Email: wp@dfwhandsurgeon.com

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Hand Injuries

Understanding Hand Injuries – Common Causes & Treatments

When you come to The Office of Dr. William Van Wyk, we make it our top priority to get you back to your normal life again by providing the best care for any hand injuries you or your child may have. From treating nerve injuries, finger fractures, to long-term arthritis, trigger fingers and carpal tunnel syndrome, Dr. Van Wyk treats many hand injuries and conditions from the elbow all the way down to the fingertips.

Please click on the links below to learn more about common hand and upper extremity conditions.

Hands & Fingers

Wrist & Forearm

Elbow

Pediatric and Congenital

Please Note: The medical information contained on this website is provided to increase your knowledge and understanding of hand injuries and upper extremity problems or conditions. This information should not be interpreted as the Van Wyk Hand Center’s recommendation for a specific medical or surgical treatment plan.

Mid Cities Hand Surgeon

Dr. Van Wyk is a mid cities hand surgeon actively practicing in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since 1977. Dr. Van Wyk is board-certified in orthopedic surgery and has practiced in that specialty. He passed the added qualification in hand surgery exam and has limited his practice to 100% hand and upper extremity surgery.

Contact Us Today . . .

Whatever the reason you seek treatment, you'll find superb care at the offices of Dr. William Van Wyk. Put yourself on the road to recovery. Call us today at 817-877-3113 for an appointment.

Please Note: The medical information contained on this website is provided to increase your knowledge and understanding of hand and upper extremity problems or conditions. This information should not be interpreted as the Van Wyk Hand Center’s recommendation for a specific medical or surgical treatment plan.

Material modified from the American Society for Surgery of the Hand.