Treatment Options for Hand & Wrist Injuries

Hand & Wrist Injury Treatment Options

Complaints involving hands and wrists are common in our clinic, including carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). We help you design a program that will help you improve your mobility and strength in the wrist, hand, and forearm.

This is common for people who have desk jobs, or work that requires a lot of wrist and hand movement. This pain can threaten your career if you do not get the right kind of help. With massage therapy, we deal with the problem at the core, by releasing tension from the tendons and muscles, helping with any physical deformation on the joint, and increasing blood flow to the tissues on your wrist. This not only relieves the pain but promotes long-term healing of the joint muscles and tendons.

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Methods & Treatments for Hand & Wrist Injury

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Hand & Wrist Injury FAQs

Physiotherapy is instrumental in managing orthopedic conditions, which include disorders of the musculoskeletal system, such as bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons. It aids in reducing pain and inflammation through various modalities like heat or cold therapy, TENS, and manual techniques. It also enhances mobility and function by helping patients regain strength and flexibility through targeted exercises and stretches. Importantly, physiotherapy helps patients recover from orthopedic surgeries, like joint replacements or reconstructions, by guiding them through postoperative rehabilitation. Equally, it is involved in injury prevention, educating patients about correct postures, movements, and ergonomic principles to avoid future injuries or conditions. Therefore, physiotherapy is a vital component of comprehensive orthopedic care.

Physiotherapy can improve the range of motion by using manual therapy, stretching, and strengthening exercises to reduce pain and inflammation, increase flexibility and strength, and correct muscle imbalances. A physiotherapist will also assess the individual case and create a personalized rehabilitation program to target the affected area and improve the range of motion.

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Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in managing Parkinson’s disease. The aim is to help patients maintain their physical abilities, independence, and quality of life. Physiotherapists may design exercise programs to improve strength, balance, and coordination, and work with patients on practical tasks such as walking and speaking. They may also educate patients and their families about the disease and its effects. Physiotherapy is a key component of a comprehensive approach to managing Parkinson’s disease.

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Yes, there is parking at the Human Integrated Performance performance facility for massage therapy clients. We have free 2-hour parking at ground level and underground. Additionally, our professional staff can help you with directions or any other questions you may have.

To prepare for a massage therapy session, you should relax and drink lots of water. You will also want to wear comfortable clothing that is not too tight. This way, your therapist can treat the areas that need it. Avoid eating a lot of food before your session. Otherwise, you may feel uncomfortable or sleepy during the massage. Make sure to talk to your therapist before your massage session starts so you can get what you want out of it.

Yes! we offer direct billing to all our customers, and offer several billing options through various insurance providers and WCB.

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