Hand Conditions Directory
Hand conditions are typically part of a larger syndrome or disease -- such as arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and diabetes -- but they can stand alone. Carpal tunnel syndrome is the result of a pinched nerve near the wrist that causes a loss of feeling in the hand, Raynaud's disease is the constriction of blood vessels in the hand, and Dupuytren's disease is a thickening of the skin on the palm that eventually cuts off hand mobility. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about various hand conditions, how they are diagnosed, how they are treated, and much more.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Learn about the causes and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome.
WebMD explains various finger infections, including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and outlook.
Causes of Tingling in Hands and Feet
What causes foot and hand tingling? WebMD investigates and provides the facts.
What Is a Pinched Nerve?
Learn more about pinched nerves, a common injury that can result in chronic pain.
Dupuytren’s Contracture: Causes and Risk Factors
Is Dupuytren’s contracture inherited from family members? What causes this condition, and what are the risk factors for Dupuytren’s?
Preventing and Treating Dry, Chapped Hands in Winter
Winter can wreak havoc on your hands. WebMD gives tips for treating dry, chapped hands and preventing further damage.
How Dupuytren’s Contracture Progresses
How does Dupuytren’s contracture progress? Which treatments are available as it progresses? Get the facts on Dupuytren’s contracture progression.
How to Handle High-Tech Hand Injuries
Experts explain how to avoid hand injuries that may be related to using some of our favorite high-tech gadgets.