Sports Injuries Specialist

The Hand Center

Kelley Wear, MD

ABS Certified Hand and Wrist Surgeon located in Broomfield, CO & Thorton, CO

Whether you injured your hand or wrist skiing, climbing, playing contact sports or some other athletic endeavor, your only goal may be getting back to your game as quickly as possible. Kelley Wear, MD, at The Hand Center in Broomfield and Thornton, Colorado, is a hand and wrist surgeon who provides the best treatment available for hand and wrist-related sports injuries. Call today or schedule a consultation using the online booking agent.

Sports Injuries Q & A

What types of sports injuries affect the hand and wrist?

A hand or wrist injury may occur from overuse or trauma. Some of the most common sports-related hand and wrist injuries include:

  • Jammed finger or mallet finger
  • Fracture of the hand or finger
  • Finger dislocation
  • Tendon injury or tendonitis
  • Stress fracture
  • Ulnar collateral ligament tear, also known as skier’s thumb
  • Nerve Injuries

If you fell and injured your hand while playing sports, Dr. Wear can determine the cause of your symptoms by examining your hand and taking X-rays as needed.

How is a sports hand or wrist injury treated?

Treatment for your hand injury may depend on the injury itself. Dr. Wear will create a personalized treatment plan based on your injury, health, and recovery goals to help you heal as quickly and safely as possible.

While Dr. Wear is an expert hand surgeon, she doesn’t always recommend surgery. Treatment is geared towards healing your injury and getting you the best result with the least amount of risk. It may require physical therapy, anti-inflammatories, splinting or casting.

If you are experiencing a sports hand or wrist injury, seek treatment by calling Kelley Wear, MD, at The Hand Center or use the online booking agent.