. Hand/Finger Pain | Advance Hand, Wrist & Nerve Centre


Your hands are invaluable tools in your daily life, and any form of pain or discomfort can disrupt your routine. At Advanced Hand, Wrist & Nerve Centre, we recognise the impact hand and finger pain can have on your overall well-being.


Hand and finger pain can manifest in various ways, from persistent aches to sudden sharp discomfort. You may also experience numbness, tingling, or weakness. Whatever the symptoms, let us guide you on a path to regaining control, comfort, and functionality.

Holistic Approach

We believe in holistic care that goes beyond merely treating symptoms. Our team collaborates to create a personalised treatment plan that considers your lifestyle, specific condition, and long-term goals.

Personalised Treatment Plans

No two cases are identical and that's why we take the time to understand your condition, lifestyle, and goals. Our personalised treatment plans are designed to offer solutions that align with your unique requirements.

Supportive Environmen

Beyond providing medical advice, we strive to create a supportive environment that fosters your journey to recovery. Our team is here to answer your questions, address your concerns, and guide you through every step of the process.

Empowering Your Well-Being

Our commitment goes beyond alleviating pain and we aim to empower you with the knowledge and tools to maintain optimal hand health.


Our team understands that each case is unique. We conduct a thorough assessment to understand the nature of your hand or finger pain, allowing us to tailor our approach to address your individual concerns.


Our team employs a range of diagnostic tools and techniques to pinpoint the root cause of your hand or finger pain. Understanding the source is the first step toward appropriate treatment.


Beyond addressing the immediate pain, we focus on the overall health of your hands. Our comprehensive approach aims not only to relieve symptoms but also to enhance the strength, flexibility, and functionality of your hands.


Hand and finger pain can arise from various factors, impacting your daily activities and overall quality of life. Here are some common conditions that may contribute to discomfort in your hands and fingers.

Trigger Finger

Trigger finger occurs when a finger’s tendon becomes inflamed and causes the finger to catch or lock. This can lead to pain and difficulty moving the affected finger.

Arthritis of Hand

Arthritis, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, can affect the joints in the hands, causing pain, stiffness, and inflammation. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment are crucial in managing arthritis-related hand pain.

Swellings in the Hand-Ganglions

A ganglion is a non-cancerous, fluid-filled lump that commonly develops along tendons or joints in the hand and wrist. While generally harmless, ganglions can cause discomfort and affect hand functionality.

Dupuytren's Disease/Contracture

Dupuytren’s Disease is a condition that affects the connective tissue beneath the skin in the palm of your hand. Over time, this tissue can thicken and form tight cords, leading to the development of nodules and, in more severe cases, finger contractures.

Hand Infections

Hand infections can occur due to various factors, ranging from minor cuts and injuries to more severe conditions. If you suspect a hand infection or are experiencing symptoms, seek timely evaluation and treatment.


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Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re experiencing hand or finger pain, seeking professional care is crucial. Advanced Hand, Wrist & Nerve Centre, led by Dr Jacqueline Tan, is a one-stop destination for compassionate evaluation, comprehensive diagnosis, and personalised treatment plans. Schedule a consultation to start your journey to pain relief and improved hand health.

If you’re experiencing persistent or severe hand/finger pain, it’s advisable to seek medical attention promptly. Additionally, if you notice swelling, redness, limited movement, or any signs of infection, consult with a hand specialist as soon as possible for a thorough evaluation. Early intervention can lead to better outcomes.

The duration of hand surgery varies depending on the specific procedure. While minor procedures may take a shorter time, more complex surgeries may require a longer duration. Your hand surgeon will provide you with a detailed overview of the expected duration during your pre-surgery consultation, ensuring transparency and understanding.

Recovery time after hand surgery depends on the type and complexity of the procedure, as well as individual factors. Your hand surgeon will discuss the anticipated recovery timeline during your pre-surgery consultation. Factors such as adherence to post-operative care and rehabilitation can influence the speed of recovery.

The need for hospital stay after hand surgery varies. Many hand surgeries are performed on an outpatient basis, allowing you to return home on the same day. However, for more complex procedures or cases requiring close monitoring, a short hospital stay may be recommended.