Relieve Hand and Wrist Pain for Greater Dexterity
Hand and Wrist

Relieve Hand and Wrist Pain for Greater Dexterity

Hand and wrist pain can make everyday tasks like typing or gripping objects difficult. Repetitive motions, sudden impacts, and overuse are common causes. Conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, fractures, and tendinitis frequently contribute to this discomfort.

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Anatomy of the
Hand and Wrist

Anatomical areas in the hand & wrist that are most often injured:

  • Carpal Bones: Small bones in the wrist, susceptible to fractures from falls or direct impact.
  • Metacarpals: Bones of the hand, can be fractured from direct trauma or overuse.
  • Phalanges (Finger Bones): Bones of the fingers, often fractured or dislocated from direct impact.
  • Scaphoid Bone: A small bone in the wrist, commonly fractured during falls onto an outstretched hand.
  • Flexor Tendons: Tendons that bend the fingers, can be strained or torn from overuse or trauma.
  • Extensor Tendons: Tendons that straighten the fingers, prone to injury from overuse or direct impact.
  • Carpal Tunnel: A narrow passage in the wrist, can become compressed, leading to carpal tunnel syndrome.

Common Causes of
Hand and Wrist

Injuries to the hand and wrist can happen for different reasons. Some common causes are doing the same movements over and over, which can cause problems like carpal tunnel syndrome or tendinitis; sudden accidents like falls that can lead to broken bones or joints being out of place; and using your hands too much, especially in jobs that involve a lot of physical work, which can strain your muscles.

Other common causes are bad posture and not lifting things correctly, which can hurt your tendons. Having certain medical conditions like arthritis can also make the hand and wrist more prone to injuries.

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Effective Treatment Options for Hand and Wrist Pain

Discover our comprehensive treatment modalities for Hand and Wrist pain, including Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage, and Naturopathy. Our experienced practitioners are dedicated to providing personalized care to help alleviate your discomfort.

Chiropractic Care for Hand and Wrist Pain

Our Chiropractor specializes in treating Hand and Wrist pain using non-invasive techniques and gentle adjustments to restore proper alignment and alleviate discomfort.

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Physiotherapy for Hand and Wrist Pain

Our skilled Physiotherapists offer a range of therapeutic exercises and techniques to treat Hand and Wrist pain, strengthen surrounding muscles, improve mobility, and reduce pain.

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Massage Therapy for Hand and Wrist Pain

Experience the soothing benefits of massage therapy from our RMT, targeting tense muscles and promoting relaxation to relieve Hand and Wrist pain and tension.

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Naturopathic Solutions for Hand and Wrist Pain

Our Naturopathic Doctor will work together with you on addressing the root causes of Hand and Wrist pain, providing natural remedies and lifestyle recommendations for long-term relief.

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Customized Hand and Wrist Health Plans from the Anchor Health and Performance Team

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How a Chiropractor helps with Hand and Wrist Pain

Chiropractic treatment is particularly helpful for those experiencing chronic hand and wrist pain due to repetitive motions or conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome or repetitive strain injuries.

Chiropractic care can offer lasting relief and help prevent future injuries by tackling the root structural issues. It's an excellent choice for individuals who favour a non-intrusive method of pain management.

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How a Physiotherapist helps with Hand and Wrist Pain

Physiotherapy is an effective method for addressing hand and wrist pain stemming from conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome or repetitive strain injuries. Through the use of manual therapy and targeted exercises, physiotherapists work to enhance joint function and alleviate discomfort.

These interventions aim to reduce muscle tension, improve mobility, and support the body's healing process. If you are experiencing persistent hand or wrist pain that does not improve with rest or over-the-counter remedies, physiotherapy presents a beneficial alternative.

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How a Massage Therapist helps with Hand and Wrist Pain

A Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) can employ methods like manual therapy and targeted exercises to enhance joint functionality and alleviate pain. These approaches aid in reducing muscle tension, improving movement, and fostering the healing process.

For individuals experiencing ongoing hand or wrist discomfort unresponsive to rest or common pain medications, massage therapy presents a viable solution, particularly beneficial for those with repetitive strain injuries or ergonomic issues.

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How a Naturopathic Doctor helps with Hand and Wrist Pain

Naturopathic care is an excellent choice if you have chronic hand or wrist pain that doesn't improve with rest or over-the-counter pain relief. This approach is particularly beneficial for those with repetitive strain injuries or poor ergonomics.

They may also suggest ergonomic adjustments and specific exercises to enhance muscle balance and prevent future injuries. This comprehensive approach addresses both the symptoms and the underlying causes of the pain.

You don't need to deal with Hand and Wrist pain alone.

Call us for a no-cost, zero-obligation phone consultation.

We'll point you in the right direction on your road to recovery from Hand and Wrist pain.


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