Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Therapy
Proper grip, work station ergonomics, and activity modification are all important when it comes to treating carpal tunnel. Nerve mobilization, flexibility, and eventually strengthening are also an integral part of the therapy.
Or otherwise referred to as Lateral epicondylitis is a common condition. Tennis players do suffer from this syndrome occasionally, however, you don’t have to play tennis to have this condition. This can be from lifting weight, gardening, lifting something heavy with one hand with wrong technique. Treatment for tennis players include: proper grip size for tennis racquet, correct elbow strapping, modalities to decrease inflammation and strengthening to increase elbow, hand, and grip strength.
After any fracture, the patient usually has range of motion and strength deficits. We will work to regain full range of motion and strength for athletics, work, or daily activities.