Wrist & Hand
There are 27 bones in the hand, and 8 bones in the wrist, meaning they are both quite complex joints. Although injuries to these joints are not common, they can often be problematic and will require specialist Physiotherapy assessment and rehabilitation.
Common injuries of the wrist and hand:
- Repetitive strain injury
- Trigger finger
- Fractured wrist
- Wrist sprain (ligament injury)
- Finger pulley injury
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Our Physiotherapy team can assess for and treat all of the above, often without the need for surgical intervention. We have a climbing specialist Physiotherapist (James Walker) with an interest in treating hand and wrist injuries.
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