COMPLETE HAND SURGERY

Surgical and Non-Surgical Hand Care

Welcome to the offices of The Joyner Hand, PA.

The Joyner Hand provides complete surgical and non surgical hand care with the highest quality of service in a timely manner to every patient served. Dr. Michael S. Joyner takes pride in being your Hand Surgeon. Every person is treated like "family." With extensive training in the care of various joint and sports related injuries, our priority is to help you make a quick recovery and return to an active lifestyle. Our individualized approach to your treatment options enables us to help you make the best decision for your particular situation. We will not proceed with any treatment without first explaining it fully and answering all of your questions.

Doctor Joyner operating side view
"Human - for he is an intelligent animal...in place of any and every defensive weapon, she gave hands, instruments necessary for every art and useful in peace no less than war" - Galen

Experts in the diagnosis

Hand surgeons are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of problems of the hand, wrist, and forearm. Hand surgery is a subspecialty of orthopedics, plastics, and general surgery requiring an additional year or more of training after completing five years of surgical residency. A qualified hand surgeon is an expert in the complexities of hand anatomy and microvascular surgery, which enables the surgeon to operate on the small bones and delicate nerves, vessels, and other structures in the hand, wrist, and forearm.

Non Surgical Treatment

Although you may be referred to see a hand surgeon by your doctor or the emergency department, that does not necessarily mean you need surgery. Many conditions are primarily treated nonsurgically with medications, injections, splints, or therapy. Your hand surgeon will diagnose your problem and then recommend the best course of treatment. Common problems treated by a hand surgeon include carpal tunnel syndrome and hand numbness, finger lacerations with tendon or nerve injury, hand and wrist arthritis, and hand fractures.

Seek Treatment

If you have an injury or problem with your hand, wrist, or forearm that is causing pain or is affecting your hand, you may want to seek the treatment of a hand surgeon