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Hand Pain

The bending, flexing and moving of the hand and fingers requires proper coordination of 27 bones and two different sets of muscles and tendons. But, when disease or injury impacts their functionality, the expertise of a hand specialist can help ease pain and restore the dexterity needed for activities of daily living.

But, when disease or injury impacts their functionality, the expertise of a hand specialist can help ease pain and restore the dexterity needed for activities of daily living. Orthopaedic & Spine Center (OSC) takes a team approach to hand treatment, combining the expertise of our surgeons and physical therapists. We pride ourselves on our experience in treating problems of the hand and wrist, helping to return you to the normal, healthy and active lifestyle you deserve. 

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Call (757) 596-1900 to schedule an appointment with our orthopedic physicians. Visit our Contact Us page for information on office hours. Our office is located in Newport News, VA. We are 40 minutes from Virginia Beach and an hour from Richmond, VA.

 

What Our Patients Are Saying

5/5
  • Dr. Haynes is so sweet, understanding and funny. He has performed two surgeries on me. Three years ago, a cyst in my wrist. Recently, a cyst on my middle finger. He was so kind to call at 9:30 pm, to see how I was doing. I said, “great, I do not feel anything.” He said, “you’re welcome. The feeling will slowly come back.” And it did. One week later and I am well on my way back to doing everything with my hand. Thank you so Much! Denise Reagan… Read More

Denise Reagan Russell – Cyst Surgeries of the Hand

  • I recently suffered with tendinitis in my wrist. It appeared as a small cyst at my wrist, in line with my thumb. I suffered with it for several weeks, until it began waking me up at night if I moved it the wrong way. Dr. Boyd Haynes diagnosed it as a form of tendinitis and suggested a cortisone injection. By that same evening, I noticed a lessening of the pain and the following day, there was only a slight tenderness where the injection had been. Within 2 days, there was no pain at all. It has… Read More

Martha Miller – Non-surgical Treatment for Wrist Tendinitis

  • I have been playing softball and volleyball my whole life. In 2007, I was referred to Dr. Haynes by a family member, when my right shoulder felt like it was popping in and out of place when it was simply hanging by my side. It was a very uncomfortable and painful feeling. After an MRI, Dr. Haynes diagnosed me with a torn labrum, which would need surgery to repair it. I left surgery that day with minimal pain. Recovery was a long process of healing and physical therapy. A few years later… Read More

Casey Jordan – Shoulder (Labrum Repair) Surgery & Thumb Surgery

  •   Recently, I had a “trigger” finger problem. Sounds funny or at least it did to me. I visited Dr. Boyd Haynes for an office visit and he injected the site. As he predicted at the time, this was a temporary fix and I would need surgery to correct the situation. First, let me let you in on the fact that I am not a good patient when it comes to surgery. My big problem is anesthesia (hope I spelled that right). Most doctors don’t really like patients to opt for local anesthesia, but… Read More

Betsy Rowe – Trigger Finger Release Surgery

  • Dr. Haynes has been following me for several years for my arthritic thumbs. Yes, thumbs. The last few times I saw Dr. Haynes, he would always laugh and say “I can fix that permanently”. On Sept 30th, I had my left hand done, went through 4 weeks of Hand therapy and doing great. In fact on 12/16, I had my right hand done. My only regret so far is not doing this sooner. By spring gardening season, I should be good to go. Thank you to Dr. Haynes and his wonderful staff. Katherine… Read More

Katherine Howard – Thumb Reconstruction Surgery

  • I like Dr. Jenny Andrus and her approach to fixing my joint problems.  She prescribed a brace for my knee after injections did not help and is treating the arthritis in my thumb joint. The prolotherapy on my right thumb joint appears to be working. Kim MacCartney

Kim MacCartney – Prolotherapy for Thumb Arthritis

  • Dr. Boyd Haynes has given me back my hands! I saw him because of my trigger thumb. First, I had the cortisone shot on my left hand, then my right thumb also developed trigger finger. It could not bend at all. I was wearing a brace for work and taping my thumb and middle finger at night so I could sleep without them locking in a bent position, because when I would straighten them, the pain was excruciating. I made an appointment with Dr. Haynes and decided surgery was my best choice for… Read More

Stephanie Lovell – Trigger Finger Release Surgery & Non-operative Care

  • I went to OSC with left thumb pain that I had been experiencing for 2 years. After x-rays and a thorough discussion with Doctor Boyd Haynes III, it was determined to be caused by arthritis and bone spurs. I then had surgery to remove the above, followed by 4 weeks in a cast. Pinnacle Hand Therapy handled my rehab with flexibility and strength training. I wish I had gone for the consultation and surgery sooner!! This was a very positive experience for me as I no longer have any pain! So glad… Read More

Mike Ancel – Thumb Reconstruction

  • I have been decorating cakes for most of my life, as my parents owned a local bakery. I had been having some pain in my right hand around the thumb joint, so I decided to go see Dr. Haynes about it. I really thought it might be broken. Dr. Haynes ordered an x-ray and the conclusion was I had osteo-arthritis in my thumb. He told me his plan of attack and said I would have no more pain after he finished. So in March of 2014, I went in for surgery. Dr. Haynes would be removing a bone and… Read More

Sheila Moore – Thumb Joint Reconstruction

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