Hand pain can occur
when nerves in your wrist become pinched due to swelling. This can be caused by trauma or excessive repetitive movements of
the arms, wrists, or hands, and can lead to numbness, tingling or pain in the hand, wrist and forearm. From opening doors
and tying your shoes to driving your car and even earning a living, we rely on our hands and arms for most everything we do.
therapy and special hand exercises have been known to relieve mild to moderate symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome for example. People who do not get adequate relief from splints and
activity modification do get more relief when these treatments are combined with nerve and tendon gliding exercises. Gliding
exercises alone may help, but usually not as much as when combined with other treatments and exercises.
Our Therapist is equipped with the knowledge
and resources to deliver the best possible therapy outcomes for any condition related to the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow and