Wrist Pain

Wrist pain is a common issue we treat at Palm Beach Health Center. Wrist conditions come in a variety of forms, and each one dictates your experience. Whether you're dealing with a sprain, misalignment, tendonitis, or recovering from a break, we're here to assist you no matter your goal.

Person holding their wrist while in pain.

When to Seek Help

No matter the cause or condition you have, several symptoms require medical assistance. Visit Palm Beach Health Center if you're experiencing:

  • Swelling

  • Significant bruising

  • Persistent pain lasting for days

  • Numbness or tingling (wrist or hand)

  • Visible deformities

Wrist Conditions


Tendons are band-like tissues that allow you to grasp objects by manipulating your fingers. Tendonitis sets in as these tendons become inflamed. Pain from this condition often includes achy/dull pain, stiffness, and moderate swelling.

Tendonitis typically affects athletes such as pitchers or golfers due to repetitive motions, but anyone can develop this condition.

Nathan examining a patient's wrist.



Dislocated wrists cause intense pain that sharply worsens as you move the joint. Suffering a dislocation means that you have one of four possible conditions stemming from rotated bones or breakage.

Wrist dislocation symptoms include:

  • Swelling

  • Tenderness

  • Bruising

  • Weakness/instability


Because some dislocations stem from a broken bone, treatment may require surgery. However, your doctor will need to realign your bones to encourage proper healing before surgical solutions begin.

Rehab therapy and corrective chiropractic can significantly increase your recovery time. At Palm Beach Health Center, our team of chiropractors and therapists excel in treating wrist pain and injuries. Schedule an appointment today and start your path to recovery.


Arthritis comes in three forms: psoriatic, rheumatoid, and osteoarthritis. No matter the form you have, common symptoms include:

  • Dull to burning joint pain

  • Swelling

  • Morning stiffness

  • Grinding or clicking sounds


OA is wear-and-tear joint damage that ranks as the most common joint affliction, causing the cartilage to wear away. Over time, this condition will cause joint immobility and constant pain.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

RA is a long-term condition that causes chronic inflammation affecting your joint's lining. Unlike OA, RA is an immune system disease, which causes the body to attack itself, causing the pain you feel.

Psoriatic Arthritis

Similar to RA, psoriasis affects the skin and the joint, inflaming both. Along with the others, this can cause morning soreness.

Arthritis Treatment

Treatment and management of arthritis are similar regardless of the condition and may include:

Say Goodbye to Your Wrist Pain!

At Palm Beach Health Center, we offer a true solution for your pain without turning to medications. How? We dive into the root of your dysfunction by using cutting-edge technology and implementing holistic, natural treatment paths.

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