Hand, Wrist and Elbow
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Upper extremity telemedicine consultations


Any issue you have with your hands, wrists, and elbows will undoubtedly affect every minute of your day. From shutting off the alarm in the morning to brushing your teeth before bed, our hands, wrists and elbows are in constant motion to take care of the routine tasks of our lives.

That frequent use of our hands, wrists and elbows also means that these delicate joints, ligaments and muscles are prone to injury and wear that causes life-altering pain. At BICMD, we help you get to the root of what’s causing your hand, wrist and elbow issues and direct you to the right treatment quickly, so you can regain your range of motion and live pain-free.


On-demand hand, wrist and elbow telemedicine

BICMD is committed to providing compassionate, top-quality medical care to patients nationwide - quickly and efficiently. You should never have to wait weeks for an appointment! That is why we connect you to the best hand, wrist and elbow specialist of your choice quickly, so you can get the care you need sooner and get back to your active life.

Our goal is to provide the highest level of professional medical care to patients, all while preventing future problems down the road.

Conditions We Treat

UCL tears and injury

Distal biceps rupture

Olecranon bursitis

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by swelling in the wrist that puts pressure on the median nerve. The median nerve runs through the wrist and into the hand. This pressure interferes with the healthy transport of nerve signals, which results in pain and numbness in the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome is typically caused by repetitive movements, and is common in people that work with their hands, such as massage therapists, office workers, and students.
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Cubital tunnel syndrome

Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)

Tennis elbow is not limited to only tennis players. Tennis elbow, also called lateral epicondylitis, is a painful condition in which the tendons of the elbow are inflamed, causing pain that can spread to the wrist and up the arm. Tennis elbow is usually caused by repetitive motions, and it appears commonly in painters and carpenters as well as athletes. Treatments for tennis elbow range from ice and rest to surgical intervention.
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Medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow)

Golfer’s elbow, which is very similar to tennis elbow, is characterized by pain on the inside of the elbow where the tendons of the forearm attach to the elbow. Golfer’s elbow is an overuse injury caused by repetitive clenching of the fingers.
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De Quervain’s disease

De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis is a condition that’s also referred to as “mother’s thumb” or “gamer’s thumb.” This condition causes extreme pain in the vicinity of the wrist and thumb. De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis is caused by the repetitive use of the hands and wrist.

Dupuytren’s disease

Dupuytren’s contracture is a slow-developing hand deformity characterized by the permanently bent position of the fourth and fifth fingers. Dupuytren’s contracture is caused when knots form in the tissue under the skin of the palm, which eventually pulls the fingers out of position.

Trigger finger

Trigger finger is a condition in which a finger is stuck in a bent position. Trigger finger is also known as stenosing tenosynovitis, and it is caused by a narrowing of the sheath that covers the tendon in the affected finger. People with diabetes or those who do repetitive gripping motions are more likely to develop trigger finger.

TFCC tears

Scapholunate ligament tears

Scaphoid and distal radius fractures

Complex Hand, Wrist and Elbow injuries

Arthritis of the hand and wrist

Arthritis is the degeneration of the joints that leads to pain, stiffness, and loss of range of motion. Arthritis of the hand is very common, and it greatly affects sufferers’ quality of life, as the hands are involved in most tasks we undertake every day. There are many treatments for arthritis of the hand that can greatly improve symptoms, reduce pain and improve mobility.
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Fracture of the Finger

Broken fingers are one of the most common hand injuries BICMD physicians see. Though breaking a finger is a common injury that seems minor, if not treated correctly, a broken finger can cause significant functional issues for the hand as a whole that continue long term. Quick, adequate diagnosis and treatment of a finger fracture from one of our BICMD orthopedic specialists can help preserve the function of your hand and eliminate the risk of long-term pain and stiffness.
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Mallet finger

Don’t see your condition listed?

The list above contains some of our most commonly seen hand, wrist and elbow conditions, but it is by no means exhaustive. Our doctors handle the same wide variety of conditions that an in-person physician would. Whatever upper extremity conditions are keeping you from enjoying the freedom of a pain-free life, our physicians are committed to helping you feel better, without the wait.

Who are our providers?

Our elite team of hand, wrist and elbow specialists and physicians are licensed, board-certified, and specially trained to provide upper extremity consults via telemedicine. Our doctors include some of the most reputable orthopedic specialists in the country.

With degrees from some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the United States and abroad, our doctors have also completed distinguished medical residences and are prominent leaders in their fields. Many are members of prominent medical boards, and all have extensive experience in the care of hand, wrist and elbow conditions. A number of our doctors are also involved in cutting-edge medical research programs, as well.

Next-level individualized medical care

No one wants to waste time going to an in-person consultation or appointment. When you’re in pain, the faster you get answers, the better. BICMD lets you connect to a hand, wrist and elbow specialist right over the phone or via telemedicine video call, so you don’t have to rearrange your life to get the care you need.

Your telemedicine consultation through BICMD is the next level of individualized healthcare for patients who demand medical care that fits their needs and schedule. Your comfort and convenience come first at BICMD, which is why we’ve created a way for you to see a doctor that’s even more convenient than a house call.

What if I need surgery?

Our physicians always strive to help patients achieve healing with the most conservative approaches possible. But sometimes, surgery is the best course of action. If you need surgery, you will have the choice of selecting a BICMD physician that is close to your area. Our service only includes specially trained, prestigious surgeons that use the latest, state-of-the-art surgical technologies that provide shorter recovery times and better long-term results.

  • Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
  • Trigger Finger Release
  • Wrist Arthroscopy
  • Scaphoid fracture ORIF
  • Finger fracture ORIF
  • Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction (Tommy John Surgery)
  • Distal biceps repair
  • Cubital tunnel release
  • Elbow arthroscopy

Telemedicine On Demand

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