Hand Therapy

Hattiesburg Clinic treats patients experiencing pain, dysfunction and mobility issues in the hand, wrist and arm.

Hand Therapy Overview

Hand therapy blends art with science when treating patients with a variety of conditions involving the shoulder, elbow, forearm, wrist and hand. Hattiesburg Clinic treats patients experiencing pain, dysfunction and mobility issues in the hand, wrist and arm.

When an injury, condition or surgery prevents you from performing the tasks you value the most, it can be frustrating. Our licensed and Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) at Hattiesburg Clinic focuses on rebuilding strength, dexterity and function in the hands and upper extremities.

Each patient will have an initial consultation where our experts can assess the severity of your condition and determine the appropriate course of treatment. From there, our therapist will support you through treatment all the way to recovery.

Common Conditions We Treat

Our hand therapist treats a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Activity/exercise regimes custom designed to increase motion, dexterity and strength with the ultimate goal of improving function
  • Arthritis
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Desensitization, sensory re-education or sensory compensatory techniques
  • Ergonomic modifications
  • Fractures
  • Nerve Disorders
  • Orthotic fabrication for post-op surgical and protection, correction of injury and conservative management
  • Scar tissue management
  • Shoulder/Rotator Cuff Conditions
  • Tendonitis
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Work conditioning/hardening

Hand Therapy Treatments

Our patients receive an individualized treatment plan focused on their specific needs and goals. That might include customized exercises, manual therapy, and usage of modalities. Learn more about some of the common techniques used to treat hand-related injuries.

  • Exercises – Exercises targeted to treat your condition can help with strength and flexibility to improve function and mobility. Your therapist will work to determine the most effective exercises for your condition.
  • Manual Therapy – This may include hands-on joint mobilizations to help in the healing process.
  • Modalities – Modality techniques like heat, cold, electrical stimulation and ultrasound therapies are often used in a patient’s treatment plan.
  • Orthotics – Splints may be a necessary part of your treatment plan. Our therapist may custom mold the orthosis to provide extra protection and support to your injury area.
  • Functional Activities – Practicing daily activities and tasks is an important part of improving your overall function. Our therapist will work with you to integrate tasks back into your routine following an injury.

Contact Hattiesburg Clinic

When you need expert, quality care, trust the Hattiesburg Clinic occupational therapy team. Contact us today to begin your journey to recovery.

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