Hand & Wrist Pain

Are you tired of dealing with hand and wrist pain? Find relief and regain control of your life with our professional hand and wrist pain solutions.

Understanding Hand and Wrist Pain

Hand and wrist pain can greatly impact your daily activities, making even the simplest tasks incredibly challenging. Our team of experts is here to help you find the relief you deserve no matter what the cause of pain. 

There are a number of factors that can cause Hand and Wrist pain; whether your pain is a result from an injury, overuse, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, bone fractures, nerve damage, tendinitis or ganglion cysts.

Personalised Treatment Plans

At our clinic, we understand that each person’s hand and wrist pain is unique. That’s why we take a personalised approach to develop treatment plans tailored to your specific needs. Our experienced professionals will work closely with you to assess your condition and provide the most effective solutions to alleviate your pain.

Treatment for hand and wrist pain depends on the cause of the pain. Some common treatments we offer:

  • Rest and Immobilisation: For mild to moderate pain, resting the hand and wrist can help reduce symptoms. The use of splints and braces can support and immobilise the hand/wrist.
  • Medications: Anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen can help reduce pain and inflammation.
  • Physical Therapy: Exercise can enhance movement and strength. Physical therapists can create a bespoke exercise program to target the specific area.
  • Corticosteroid Injections: For severe pain or inflammation, corticosteroid injections may be given directly to the affected area to help reduce symptoms for a period of time.
  • Occupational Therapy: Improving hand and wrist function and teaching techniques to increase daily activities.
  • Surgery: In some cases, surgery may be needed. This is for conditions that do not respond to the above treatments such as fractures, severe arthritis, or carpal tunnel syndrome.

It is important to get an accurate diagnosis which then will determine the appropriate treatment plan.

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01689 490 111

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Comprehensive Range of Services

We offer a comprehensive range of services to address various hand and wrist conditions. From non-invasive therapies and customised braces to advanced surgical interventions, our team is equipped with the latest techniques and tools to restore your hand and wrist function. You can trust in our expertise to guide you on your journey to a pain-free life.

Take the first step towards a pain-free life by booking your initial consultation today. Don’t let hand and wrist pain hold you back any longer – contact us now to start your healing journey. Call 01689 490 111 or complete our online enquiry form.

Frequently Asked Questions

The common causes of pain include sudden injuries, repetitive stress, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. It can also be caused by bone fractures, nerve damage, tendinitis, and ganglion cysts.

A healthcare professional will typically diagnose hand and wrist pain by performing a physical examination and may use imaging tests such as X-rays, MRIs, or ultrasounds to identify the underlying cause.

Some self-care techniques include resting the affected hand and wrist, applying ice packs or heat pads, performing gentle stretching exercises or using over-the-counter pain relievers like acetaminophen or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

You should see a doctor if the pain persists or gets worse, and is not relieved by self-care or home remedies, or if you experience other symptoms like numbness, tingling, or weakness in the affected area.

Treatment options include rest and immobilisation, medications, physical therapy, corticosteroid injections, occupational therapy, and surgery (in severe cases).

Yes, physical therapy can be helpful for reducing hand and wrist pain. A physical therapist can develop a customised exercise program that targets specific areas of weakness or stiffness and can improve range of motion, strength, and flexibility in the hand and wrist.

Surgery is not usually a first-line treatment, but it may be necessary in cases of fractures, severe arthritis, or carpal tunnel syndrome that do not respond to conservative treatments.

The recovery time for hand and wrist surgery varies depending on the type and severity of the surgery performed, but may take several weeks or months of physical therapy and rehabilitation.

This pain can be prevented by avoiding activities that put stress on the area, maintaining good posture, taking frequent breaks from repetitive activities, using proper equipment and tools, and practising good ergonomics.

Some ergonomic strategies include maintaining good posture, taking frequent breaks, using a neutral hand position when typing or using a mouse, adjusting the height of your desk and chair, and using ergonomically designed equipment and tools.

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