Hand Therapy
Make time for stretching in your exercise routine. A dynamic stretch before, like trunk twists or gently bouncing on your toes before activities and static stretches holding the muscles on stretch for 20 seconds, is a good plan. The stretching prepares your body for activity and helps you maintain proper range of motion.

When sitting use a firm chair with a straight back, maintain an adequate lordosis (using a lumbar roll will help support your low back).

Change your running shoes every 300 miles.

TEXT SIZE: A A A

services:

Hand Therapy



An injury or condition affecting the hands can be traumatic, altering one’s ability to perform daily activities and making you feel helpless.  Our hand therapy specialist provides rehabilitation that can help manage chronic pain, decrease hypersensitivity, and reduce inflammation or swelling.

After an evaluation of your current functional status and close consultation with the referring physician, the hand therapist will determine the most effective course of treatment that includes specially targeted exercises and stretches, and may include the application of heat or cold, sonogram stimulation and more. In addition to on-site treatments, the therapist will design a customized home treatment plan with a series of exercises designed to increase dexterity, strength, range of motion and daily function.



<< Back to Services - Email this Page