Wrist and Hand

Perception Physical Therapy
 
Common Conditions

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  • Finger Pulley Injuries

  • Post-Fracture Rehab

  • Hand and Finger Injuries

  • Overuse Injuries

  • Surgical Pre-Operative Prehab and Post-Operative Rehab 

  • Wrist Pain

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Ulnar Nerve Compression

Wrist and Hand Mechanics

Your wrist and hand move three dimensionally and your fingers are designed to reach, grasp, and perform many small dexterity tasks. This involves movement of many small bones and joints.

 

Your wrist and hand get strength from a group of small muscles, some of which go all the way to your elbow. These muscles are given the signal to move freely when the rest of the arm is stable. If the elbow, shoulder, and even trunk are not supporting the load the wrist and hand may tighten up inappropriately to help stabilize.

We assess all these areas to see how they influence your wrist and hand. Then we design a program specific to your body's needs.

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