Common causes of Wrist and Hand pain
Your hands are vital, used for every element of your life and can be so important for your hobbies as well as your profession.
From developing consistent tingling, pins and needles or pain too, finding that your hands are slowly becoming stiffer and more misshapen? You can manage these symptoms with strength and mobilisations and regain your quality of life.
Have you tried Multiple Forms of therapy with no luck at a permanent solution? At Cirencester Physiotherapy Centre we will not only teach you how to stop your pain but also show you critical strengthening essential for stopping pain that is brought on by repetitive movements or hours at your desk.
For Wrist and Hand pain
November 4, 2020
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Why choose Cirencester Physiotherapy Centre to provide your treatment?
At Cirencester Physiotherapy Centre we focus on long term improvement through tuition on how to self-administer your own hands on treatment, supplemented by supplying you with a personalised training program through our interactive app. This focus sets apart from those who often avoid proper education and avoid supplying adequate exercises routines depriving patients of the only true way of avoiding a pain free life.
What treatment techniques do you provide?
At Cirencester Physiotherapy Centre we devote ourselves to following the most up to date treatment techniques governed by scientific research. This revolves around a mix of hands-on treatment, strengthening work and most importantly education about your condition.
What should I wear to my treatment?
Please wear something that you are comfortable in. Be aware we will have to expose your wrist and possibly up to your shoulder, so please wear a top with a sleeve you can roll up. Many patients wear vest tops during treatment which works perfectly.
How long is the treatment?
Each session lasts 30 minutes.
Are there any pains or injuries that can’t be improved with physiotherapy?
Thankfully no matter the condition be it arthritis to fractures physiotherapy plays a vital role in your rehabilitation, and most importantly the education on how to live a pain free life.