Wrist and hand injuries are very common, being the second most common cause of work related injuries.
Wrist and finger fractures, tendonitis, arthritis, trigger fingers and carpal tunnel syndrome are common diagnosis treated at The Institute for Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation .
We provide a comprehensive evaluation, followed by a specified treatment plan to address all of the patient's needs.
One of the most complex components in the body are the hand and wrist. The hand is complex due to its high level of sensibility and combined motion patterns. Many bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles contribute to the function of the hand and wrist.
Most hand and wrist diagnoses are treatable, including:
"Excellent experience. Cheryl definitely knew how to help me feel strong during such a weak time. Only complaint would be that often it seemed like Cheryl had way too many people scheduled at one time..felt like she was juggling everyone around and i sometimes had to sit there and wait. Not a huge deal but wish it was more 1 on 1 all the time." - Jennifer V.