. Wrist Pain | Advance Hand, Wrist & Nerve Centre


Are you grappling with persistent wrist pain that's impacting your daily activities? At Advanced Hand, Wrist & Nerve Centre, we focus on a personalised journey to relieving wrist pain, improving functionality, and enhancing your quality of life.


Your wrists play a pivotal role in your everyday life, from intricate tasks to simple gestures. Recognising the signs of wrist pain is crucial for seeking timely intervention and solutions. Let us help you experience the difference that expertise, compassion, and personalised care can make.

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 Environment

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 wrist health.


Our team understands that each case is unique. We conduct a thorough assessment to understand the nature of your wrist 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 wrist pain. Understanding the source is the first step toward appropriate treatment.


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


Wrist pain is a common condition that can arise from various causes, impacting individuals of all ages and lifestyles. Here's a closer look at the conditions contributing to and associated with wrist pain.

DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis

DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis is a condition that occurs when the tendons at the base of the thumb become irritated or inflamed, leading to pain and discomfort.

Wrist Arthritis

Wrist arthritis is a condition characterised by inflammation and degeneration of the joints within the wrist. It can lead to pain, stiffness, and reduced function, impacting daily activities.

Wrist Ligament Injuries

Wrist ligament injuries such as sprains or TFCC injuries can occur due to trauma, repetitive stress, or overuse, impacting the stability and function of the wrist joint. Common symptoms include pain and swelling, limited range of motion, and tenderness to touch.

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow, clinically known as lateral epicondylitis, is a condition characterised by inflammation of the tendons that attach to the lateral epicondyle, the bony bump on the outer part of the elbow. Despite its name, Tennis elbow is not exclusive to tennis players and can affect individuals engaging in various activities.


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Frequently Asked Questions

It is recommended that you consult a hand and wrist specialist in Singapore if you are experiencing wrist pain. Early diagnosis and treatment are the keys to regaining the function of your hands and improving your quality of life.

Wrist pain may not always require a hand specialist review as minor sprains or strains tend to respond well to rest, ice compression and elevation. However, if the pain and swelling persist for more than a few days or become worse, it is advisable to seek professional advice by consulting a hand and wrist specialist in Singapore.

Minor hand surgery in Singapore can take as little as 15 minutes while others involving more intricate or complex procedures can take up to a few hours. It is advisable that you speak to your hand doctor for accurate advice.

The wounds will take 10-14 days to heal. It generally takes patients 1 to 3 months before they are able to return to work and can take between 6 to 12 months for maximal functional recovery. During this time, it is important to adhere to the rehabilitation protocol and do the prescribed exercises.