We understand the vital role that hands play in our daily lives. From simple tasks like grasping a pen to more complex activities like playing a musical instrument or typing, our hands are constantly at work. That’s why we offer specialized Hand Physical Therapy services to help you regain strength, mobility, and function in your hands.

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What is Hand Therapy?

Hand Therapy is a specialized area of physical therapy focused on treating conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities. Our certified Hand Therapists are trained to address a wide range of hand injuries, conditions, and disorders, utilizing both therapeutic exercises and manual techniques to optimize hand function and alleviate pain.


How Phsyical Therapy Helps Hand Injuries

Physical therapy plays a crucial role in the rehabilitation of hand injuries by promoting healing, restoring range of motion, and improving strength and dexterity. Our customized treatment plans are tailored to each patient’s unique needs and may include exercises to improve grip strength, joint mobilization techniques, pain management strategies, and ergonomic recommendations to prevent future injuries.

Dianoses Requiring Hand Therapy

We provide comprehensive care for a variety of diagnoses that may require hand therapy, including but not limited to:

  • Fractures and Dislocations
  • Tendon Injuries (e.g., Tendonitis, Tendon Tears)
  • Nerve Injuries (e.g., Carpal Tunnel Syndrome)
  • Arthritis and Joint Disorders
  • Dupuytren’s Contracture
  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation (e.g., Hand Surgery, Tendon Repair)
  • Occupational Therapy for Hand Injuries

In addition to physical therapy, we offer Occupational Therapy services specifically designed to address the functional aspects of hand injuries.

Our Occupational Therapists focus on helping patients regain independence in activities of daily living, such as dressing, grooming, and household tasks. Through specialized exercises, adaptive equipment recommendations, and ergonomic modifications, our goal is to optimize hand function and improve overall quality of life.