Hand Therapy

Hand Therapists are allied health professionals who have undertaken specialist training in the management of conditions affecting the arm, wrist, and hand. They provide non-surgical management of upper limb conditions and/or post-operative rehabilitation. 

Hand Therapists can help with a variety of upper limb conditions, such as: 

  • Fractures of the elbow/wrist/hand 
  • Sprains and tendon injuries 
  • Nerve injuries such as radial nerve palsy, cubital tunnel syndrome, mononeuritis
  • Repetitive strain injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, De Quervain’s, Trigger Finger
  • Arthritis and joint issues including Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis 
  • Post-surgical rehab; extensor and flexor tendon repair, ganglion excision, post fracture/ORIF’s 
  • Tennis / Golfers elbow 

Hand Therapy is recognised by the Allied Health Professionals Council; our therapists are licensed Occupational Therapists registered with the AHPC.

If you’re not sure if your condition would be best treated by a Hand Therapist or a Physiotherapist our team will be happy to help; they can ensure you are booked with the right therapist for your particular needs.

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Opperating Hours

Mon – Fri
08:30 – 20:00
08:30 – 15:00

Splinting / Bracing

Customised supports are used to aid healing after injury or surgery; they reduce the amount of movement at the affected joint, preventing overuse of healing

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