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Elbow, hand and wrist treatment

We know that an upper limb injury can lead to debilitation. We rely on our arms and hands for almost everything in our daily lives.

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Upper limb injuries can affect work, personal and social activities, and sports. You may find it difficult to brush your teeth, dress, eat and prepare food, lift and carry.

Pain, tingling or numbness in the elbow, wrist or hand are often a sign of overuse. These symptoms can be caused by a number of problems, but are often related to overloading of tendons, muscles, and sometimes nerve structures.

Overload can occur from sports and biomechanical issues, but is often a problem for office or factory workers. Repetitive actions performed day in and day out can have a damaging effect in the long run.

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Causes of elbow, hand and wrist injuries

Elbow, wrist and hand pain can occur for a variety of reasons. Some of the main types we treat include traumatic injuries, such as: B. a fall, atraumatic injuries such. B. Overuse, repetitive strain or surgical injuries. Examples of elbow injuries that the physiotherapists ofBorn2Movetreat are:

  • Pain radiating from the neck.

  • Sports injuries from throwing, falling, or overuse.

  • Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis).

  • Golfer's elbow (medial epicondylitis).

  • fractures.

  • Contortion.

  • bursitis.

  • tendon injuries.

  • ligament injuries.

  • Arthrosis.

  • Cubital tunnel syndrome (ulnar nerve entrapment).

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We treat diseases of the elbow, hand and wrist

In our clinic we treat, among others, some common diseases of the elbow, arm and hand:

  • Tennis elbow (pain on the outside of the elbow).

  • Golfer's elbow (pain on the inside of the elbow).

  • Rehabilitation after surgical interventions.

  • Rehabilitation after fractures.

  • bursitis.

  • Rehabilitation after dislocations.

  • Acute sprains and strains.

  • postural problems.

  • tendonitis.

  • Repetitive Strain Injuries.

  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).

  • Pain radiating from the neck.

  • De Quervains tenosynovitis.

  • carpal tunnel syndrome.

  • trigger fingers.

  • Dupuytren's contracture.

  • osteoarthritis.

Our approach to treating the elbow, arm and hand

The first step in your treatment is a thorough assessment of your situation. This allows our physiotherapists to identify the cause or origin of the problem. After that, you will receive a customized treatment plan to help you get well again.

This plan includes a combination of manual hands-on treatment and rehabilitation exercises to reduce your pain, restore mobility, and build strength. Our physiotherapists will also give you practical tips on how to set up your work environment so that the pain does not return.

The 1-hour initial consultation at Pure Physio allows our physiotherapists to understand the activities and interests that make you happy and bring balance to your life. You will receive targeted and tailor-made training programs that will lead you back to your normal, healthy and pain-free self.

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