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I have musculoskeletal problems in my hand, can you tell me what caused this and..What treatmnent there is ?

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David Escobar
Family Medicine
8 doctors agree

In brief: Need more info

Not without more information.
If you are currently experiencing problems, the best thing to do is to see a physician so he or she can physically examine your hand and help you solve the problem. Common problems would include arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome, but there are more unusual or severe problems as well. Treatment will depend on the exact diagnosis.

In brief: Need more info

Not without more information.
If you are currently experiencing problems, the best thing to do is to see a physician so he or she can physically examine your hand and help you solve the problem. Common problems would include arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome, but there are more unusual or severe problems as well. Treatment will depend on the exact diagnosis.
David Escobar
David Escobar
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Dr. Steven Arbit
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Depends

That certainly isn't enough information to give a response to.
What kind of musculoskeletal problem do you have in your hand? Have you been diagnosed with something? Arthritis? Tendon issues? Muscle problems? What are your symptoms? Have you had any testing? Do you have just pain? Where is the pain? Do you have any numbness or tingling?...These are all important information needed to answer this.

In brief: Depends

That certainly isn't enough information to give a response to.
What kind of musculoskeletal problem do you have in your hand? Have you been diagnosed with something? Arthritis? Tendon issues? Muscle problems? What are your symptoms? Have you had any testing? Do you have just pain? Where is the pain? Do you have any numbness or tingling?...These are all important information needed to answer this.
Dr. Steven Arbit
Dr. Steven Arbit
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