If you love drawing, pain in the hand or arm from repetitive motion can be very discouraging. Don’t let it hold you back! Here are 8 tips to help.
Do you suffer from hand pain when using a cane or walker? This could be caused by compression of the ulnar or median nerve. Let’s take a look at some ways you can help.
We take a look at the three main nerves that supply the hand – the radial, median and ulnar nerves – and how they are related to common causes of hand numbness and tingling.
A frozen shoulder can cause severe pain, loss of function and eventually loss of movement from stiffness. Let’s take a look at the different stages, causes, issues and treatments.
Hand dystonia is a neurological condition that causes involuntary movement or cramps in the hand or arm muscles when performing a task. Let’s take a look at the condition and how it is treated.
Yoga is demanding on the wrist as it requires a lot of weight-bearing, flexibility and strength. Here is a guide to returning to yoga after suffering a wrist injury.
Returning to sports after a wrist injury can be a challenge. Yoga is demanding on the wrist as it requires a lot of weight-bearing, flexibility and strength. The therapists at Hand Therapy Group are here to help ensure a speedier and pain-free return to Yoga.
Weightlifters can experience injuries due to the repetitive nature of the activity and lifting heavy weights. Let’s take a look at some common injuries and prevention methods.
Women can be more prone to developing carpal tunnel syndrome during pregnancy. Here’s a look at why and what you can do to help it.
We have been making a series of exercises video tutorials for our social media. Have a look at our one for thumb opposition exercises.
This exercise strengthens the thumb and improves range of motion. Watch our video for a demonstration: