Elbow, Wrist and Hand Pain Treatment & Information

  • Wrist Fractures
  • Pain
  • Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow
  • Nerve Injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Post-surgery Rehab
  • Sprain / Strain
Wrist Fractures

Protecting yourself during a fall can lead to the formation of fractures in your wrist and forearm area. The bones near these regions, called radius or ulna respectively, are prone towards cracking due their position when lying down flat on one’s backside before taking precautions against injury - this is colles' fracture; falling forward onto an extended hand results Smith's antidote which typically occurs after backward falls corresponding only named “Colless Entry


The Scaphoid bone connects with the radius of your wrist. This small, yet fragile structure is located in between two long bones - which means it has poor blood flow and cannot heal on its own! Fractures are managed medically through casting or surgery where pins/plates may be used to help support it while you recover from this injury 

How physical therapy helps

In order to overcome the effects of a cast or surgery on your fingers, wrist and elbow you will need physical therapy. The goal during this phase is for patients gain full motion back in their hands while also reducing swelling around these joints so they can resume normal activities without painPhysical therapy can help you get back on your feet quickly after an injury without risking further complications or disability.

Our team of experts will work with medical professionals to ensure that the treatment is specifically tailored for each patient's needs, so call us today if this sounds like something right up your alley!


The elbow is one of the most mobile joints in your body, but it can become inflamed from overusing this area. You may have received an injury playing sports or lifting weights that caused pain towards the outer side if you're sitting at a desk all day long with bad posture while typing away on a computer!

The elbow is actually a complex joint, with many different moving parts. The same bones that make up the arm and hand also form part of your wrist--and these can be used for movement in either direction! Most muscles responsible for fingers or hands happen down near where you'll find this area on most people's forearms.

Bad posture and repetitive activities like typing can cause tightening in your forearms muscles, which will affect the mobility of not just elbows but wrists as well. This leads to chronic inflammation that may result from this irritation for years down the line

How physical therapy helps

Physical therapy is a great way to get relief from elbow pain, wrist discomfort and hand discomfort. The therapist will examine your joints as well as analyze what activities you do every day in order for them to find out where exactly does this problem come from?

We work with you to improve your range of motion, reduce pain quickly and return strength. Additionally, we'll educate on techniques for prevention or compensation if necessary so that future injuries don't happen again! Call us today - let's find out how our comprehensive plan can help relieve any wrist/elbow related problems as well as hand conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome

Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow

Tennis elbow is a condition that can happen to anyone, even those who don't play competitively. The symptoms of this type of lateral epicondylitis (which usually affects the muscles) are pain and severe tenderness near your outside wrist/elbow joint area when gripping objects or lifting them up high off ground level for an extended period time during which you're not moving anything else except maybe one leg if need be - but no matter how much activity there may have been beforehand!

Golfer's elbow is similar to tennis in that it can be caused by an overuse of muscles on the inside area near your wrist and fingers. The difference between these two injuries lies within their causes; while Golfer’s Elbow often occurs due toward negligence or incorrect technique during daily activities.

How physical therapy helps

When you have tennis elbow or golfer's elbow, physical therapy can help reduce the inflammation in your arm and restore normal movement. One way to do this is with treatments like ultrasound which work by breaking up swelling around irritated tendons so they don't become permanently stiff from scarring as well as heat therapies applied directly onto joints where there are pain points due them being inflamed A good hands-on approach will also advise exercise prescription based off an individual’s weakness before anything else happens.

We all know how it feels when our arms are in pain. You may be experiencing tennis elbow or golfer's Elbow and have no idea what to do about the discomfort, but we're here for you! Our team has years of experience helping individuals just like yourself get back on track with their active lifestyles once again by relieving that pesky ache as soon as possible so they can continue living life fully without limitations

Nerve Injuries

Nerves travel along the elbow, forearm and hand. Injuries to these areas can result in nerve damage where symptoms are mild such as numbness or tingling while more severe cases have muscle function become impaired leading up until paralysis occurs.

Nerves can be damaged by overusing them or having their functioning hindered due to chronic swelling. If you experience pain in your arm, wrist and hand when doing common activities such as typing on a computer then it is important for this issue not go untreated since there may otherwise develop into something much worse including lost feeling along all five fingers if left unchecked.

How physical therapy helps

Physical therapy can help with the healing process after nerve injuries. Whether it's mild or severe, our experts work closely and provide you all necessary support to facilitate recovery.

The emphasis of physical therapy is on restoring movement and function to nerves. Our hands-on approach helps soothe, while stimulating circulation as we work toward relieving your pain! Contact us today for an evaluation about how our services can help you overcome symptoms caused by nerve damage or other conditions like arthritis.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a very common condition that can cause unbearable pain in the hand. The carpel canal, which houses major arteries and nerves from your forearm to beneath where you pinky finger lies is narrow; this causes some pressure when our ligaments get tight due their proximity with one another (the result being tingling shots down both arms).

One of the most common causes for carpal tunnel syndrome is poor posture and repetitive activities such as typing at a computer in an incorrect position all day long. The direct pressure on your wrist from sitting too much with fingers folded makes it difficult to take care or go about daily tasks easily because there's not enough space between our bones that allow us room.

The median nerve, which passes through the neck and down to your fingers can become restricted due its position close proximity in-between two joints. This causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is often found among people who have neck or shoulder problems on that side as well because of altered posture leading them towards arm Movement limitations caused by tightness over time.

How physical therapy helps

Physical therapists are trained to use a technique called gentle, repetitive motion exercises that can help eliminate symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. These physical treatments do not involve any invasiveness and work by eliminating the inflammation in your arm which causes pain throughout all five senses when you move it poorly due its proximity with nerves running through this area.

The physical therapy treatments we offer focus on improving wrist and carpal tunnel space so that pressure is relieved from the median nerve. Hands-on work moves tight joints, stretches ligaments into their proper position while also relieving deep swelling to help protect your nervous system as you recover. 

Our goal is to provide you with long-term relief from carpal tunnel syndrome so that your hands never feel again. We focus on training exercises for at home and work, as well postural techniques which can prevent future reoccurrences of this painful condition

Post-surgery Rehab

If you have surgery to your elbow, wrist or hand it is important that physical therapy be prescribed for recovery. Not only will this help with the healing process but also helps prevent complications from occurring in future operations. Tendons and ligaments can get injured during various types of procedures so whatever kind if operation goes down needs perfect post-care instructions otherwise there's risk involved even greater than before.

The hand is a complex, tightly-packed machine with many muscles and tendons that can be easily injured. It's alsohighly susceptible to swelling after surgery which leads into loss of range on motion as well stiffness in these areas; leading normal functioning dulled or lost altogether.

How physical therapy helps

When you have surgery, it's important to be committed and follow-through with your post-op care. We work closely together so that we can ensure a successful recovery from the procedure; our hands on therapy will help reduce swelling in fingers/hand wrists or elbows which leads faster healing times as well improving movement due controlled exercises while also strengthening affected muscles over time according to surgical rehab protocol.

The goal of our post-surgical rehab program is to help you have good use of your fingers, hand or elbow again. For more information on the services we provide call us today!

Sprain / Strain

Sprains and strains can be caused by an overstretching of the tissues in your hand, wrist or elbow. The injury will result with micro-tearing which becomes swelling as part its inflammation process before leading to pain followed difficulty when moving around because you're unable help yourself due too much discomfort.

Without proper treatment for sprains or strains in the wrist, elbow and hand it can lead to serious complications including wire infections that require surgery. The first step should include resting your injured area with ice packs on top of keeping them elevated above heart level until they're fully healed so you don't risk further injury from putting weight onto these areas while walking around active lifestyles which are common among people who suffer injuries like this. 

How physical therapy helps

The goal of physical therapy after a sprain or strain is to quickly relieve your pain and swelling, restore range-of motion while ensuring that you do not have any additional injuries.

Whether you're a competitive athlete or just active in your community, we want to help get the most out of life. Our physical therapists work with clients who have experienced sprains and strains so they can resume their normal levels or function without limitations!