Why We Treat Wrist And Hand Pain

Wrist pain is highly prevalent in people who perform physically demanding activities from day to day, such as manual labourers and sportspeople. It is less prevalent in non-manual jobs, but still affects huge numbers of office workers.

Finding that you can’t perform normal day-to-day activities without wrist and hand pain is annoying at best, and can seriously impact your quality of life at worst. The ability to use our hands is a big part of our most basic well-being. In addition, the ability to effectively perform at work is fundamental to us thriving and providing for ourselves and our families. 

We take wrist pain and hand pain seriously, and our decisive approach to its treatment reflects that.

How To Treat Wrist and Hand Pain

We work hard to reduce your wrist pain and hand pain as quickly as possible. Using treatments that ease muscle spasm, increase mobility, increase blood flow, decrease inflammation & break up scar tissue.

Our treatments combine some of the most advanced pain management technologies available anywhere, with a range of  hands-on pain relief methods. Our vision for the care we provide is pretty simple  ‘’All the stuff that actually works and none of the stuff that doesn’t – under one roof’’’. 

If you need preventative measures for work-related wrist pain and hand pain we have got you covered. Combining tailored soft tissue exercises with specific ergonomic solutions is the key to preventing recurrence in most wrist pain and hand pain cases.

Wrist And Hand Pain Causes

There are numerous causes of wrist pain. It is important to have an understanding of what may be causing yours. Read our comprehensive list of underlying causes here.

Wrist and Hand Pain Treatments

Our treatments combine some of the most advanced pain management technologies available anywhere with a range of skill oriented manual methods to help manager your pain.

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