- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Trigger Finger
- Hand arthritis
- Thumb arthritis
- Wrist arthritis
- Wrist Fracture
- Hand Fractures
- Dupuytren’s disease
- Peripheral Nerve injuries
- Brachial Plexus
- Hand/Wrist Tendonitis
- DeQuervain’s tendonitis
- Scaphoid Fractures
- Distal Radius Fractures
- Tendon lacerations/ruptures
First, select what hurts.
We'll guide you through the rest.
Select an area of the body
Elbow / Forearm Pain
Elbow and forearm aches can be particularly limiting to everyday life. While self-care at home for minor sprains, strains, and overuse injuries can help minimize the discomfort, seeking the recommendation of an expert is within your best interest. Whether you’re nursing a minor sprain or dealing with a severe injury, it’s time to see an OCC provider. They’ll help you understand your diagnosis, create a tailored treatment plan, and guide you on your journey to thriving health.
Shoulder / Arm Pain
Shoulder and arm pain can make simple acts like housework or getting dressed seem like a monumental task. Even playing sports like tennis or golf can become impossible.
There’s no need to wait in pain any longer. Our specialists can diagnose your shoulder and arm pain and get you on track to healing in just a few visits.
The pelvis consists of four bones: the right and left hip bones, the sacrum, and the coccyx. If any of these bones suffer from a strain or injury, severe pain can occur.
By using the latest tools and techniques, your OCC provider can help you understand the root of your issue and provide treatment options that ensure long-term healing and health.
Lower Leg / Tibia Pain
The lower leg and tibia is made up of an intricate web of bone, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves, so the potential for pain can be significant and distressing.
If discomfort is interfering with everyday life, it’s important to be evaluated by a specialist. Our team can diagnose the issue and walk you through a variety of treatment options to get you back to better health.
Hand / Wrist Pain
The hand and wrist comprise some of the most useful and important joints in our bodies. When one is injured, the ability to perform even the simplest task becomes a challenge.
Our physicians and surgeons specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of hand and wrist conditions. Get in touch with us today so you can begin your healing journey.
Neck pain is present in more than 90 percent of people 60 and older. It is typically caused by the wear and tear of aging and involves modifications to the bones, discs, and joints of the neck.
Our world-class surgeons and specialists are equipped to find the least invasive measures that best fit you and your unique neck condition.
Spine / Back Pain
Spine and back pain is the single leading cause of disability around the world, preventing many people from engaging in everyday activities.
Back discomfort can be uniquely complex, so proper diagnosis and treatment require a skilled specialist. OCC can outline a variety of treatment options that suit your needs, help you heal, and enhance your overall health.
Hip / Thigh Pain
The hip and thigh are extremely strong joints that support the full weight of the body. But hip and thigh pain can come from many sources and impact far more than the joints themselves.
If you’re dealing with minor discomfort or intense pain, it’s time to get in touch with an OCC provider today. Our team can lead you through your diagnosis, treatment, and healing journey from start to finish.
Knee pain afflicts millions of people of all ages. Dealing with knee issues can often be unbearable. Getting through everyday activities such as walking upstairs or sitting in a chair can suddenly become a challenge.
At OCC, our variety of surgeons are specialized in knee problems and can provide a specific diagnosis, tailored treatments, and noticeable results.
Ankle / Foot Pain
The foot is one of the most complex parts of the skeletal system, and 75 percent of Americans will experience foot problems at one time or another. Yet many people go far too long with pain that restricts day-to-day activities like work, exercise, and even walking.
If you’re dealing with lingering ankle or foot discomfort, or are struggling with serious pain, OCC is here for you. Our providers can quickly diagnose the issue, map out a treatment plan, and provide the tools you need to heal.