Receive Expert Orthopedic Hand Surgery at Riverview Health in Noblesville, IN

New Patient Appointment Request

If you are a new patient, please complete the below information to request an appointment with one of our orthopedic and sports medicine specialists. One of our staff members will contact you within two business days. If you are a current patient trying to schedule an appointment, please call your healthcare provider's office.


Note: This form does not guarantee you an appointment and should not be used for emergency or same-day requests.

If you have hand pain and aren’t getting relief from conservative treatments, your doctor may suggest hand surgery. At Riverview Health, our fellowship-trained orthopedic hand surgeon can effectively treat hand, wrist or forearm conditions, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Congenital abnormalities in pediatric patients
  • Dupuytren’s contracture
  • Hand and wrist fractures and sprains
  • Nerve injuries
  • Trigger finger

Types of Hand Surgery

The orthopedic surgeon at Riverview Health can determine the most effective hand treatment for your condition, which may include the following hand surgery procedures:

  • Arthroscopic surgery to look inside and a repair a joint
  • Joint replacement for a diseased finger, knuckle or wrist
  • Nerve surgery to repair or relieve compression
  • Replantation of amputated finger or hands
  • Skin grafts and flaps to replace missing skin
  • Tendon for repairing or rerouting tendons and improving movement

What to Expect from Orthopedic Hand Surgery

While some of our hand surgery procedures require a hospital stay, others are outpatient procedures and will allow you to go home the same day. Before surgery, your doctor may give you a general anesthesia to put you in a deep sleep, or you may only need regional anesthesia to numb the area.

Ice, rest, compression and elevation are all important to your postoperative care. Ask your doctor about the best way to care for your hand, especially if you have bandages, dressings, stitches or staples.

As your hand heals, you may need to wear a splint to keep your hand or wrist stable. Our doctors may also recommend physical therapy or provide certain stretches and exercises to do at home to help regain your mobility. Full hand surgery recovery can take a few days or several months, depending on the procedure.

Find relief from hand pain with treatment from the orthopedic specialists at Riverview Health. Request an appointment with our orthopedic team today by calling 317.565.0505 or by completing an appointment request form.


Riverview Health performs orthopedic hand surgery for people living in Noblesville, Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Sheridan and Westfield, IN.