Here we run through three different sets of elbow exercises to help improve strength & mobility. If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch!
Here we take a look at three simple techniques to help reduce scarring after recovering from a wound on the hand.
What is a Boutonnière Deformity?
A Boutonnière deformity is the result of an injury to the central slip, which is the tendon that straightens the middle joint of your finger. The result is that the middle joint of the injured finger cannot straighten, while the end joint bends back into hyperextension because of the force placed on the tendon creating the deformity. Unless this injury is treated promptly, the deformity may progress, resulting in permanent deformity and impaired function.
What is Radial Tunnel Syndrome?
Radial tunnel syndrome is a condition where the radial nerve is compressed in the forearm at a particular area known as the “arcade of Frohse” This area is approximately 5cm from the elbow on the lateral side of the forearm. The radial nerve is one of the main nerves in the arm which supplies sensation and motor control of the extensor muscles of the fingers, wrist and upper arm.
Here we take a look at some of the common reasons conditions affect office workers and how you can reduce the risk of developing a condition in the hand and wrist.
Here we take a look at some common thumb injuries and how to relieve pain and discomfort, including splinting and different thumb excercises.
Here we take a look at why stiff fingers may occur, and what you can do to help relieve stiffness, including splinting and specific exercises.
Many people who enjoy playing guitar may experience pain or discomfort in the hands, wrist (and even back and shoulders) at some point. Playing guitar should be an enjoyable, minimally stressful activity, however, strain from overuse and awkward positioning can cause a number of issues in the hands and wrist. Read more