The hands and wrists are some of the most complex anatomical structures in the entire body. They are composed of numerous small bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. The free range and pain-free mobility of our hands and wrists is threatened by injury and conditions such as arthritis and nerve compressions. Wrist surgery procedures are usually reserved for only the most serious cases of wrist pain and discomfort. Examples of procedures being performed are fractured bone repair or removal, wrist fusion, ganglion wrist removal, and carpal tunnel release.