Comprehensive evaluation and personalized treatment

Wrist therapy aims to alleviate pain and enhance wrist strength, flexibility, and overall function, allowing you to return to your daily activities with improved comfort and mobility. If you are experiencing wrist discomfort or seeking rehabilitation after a wrist injury, schedule an appointment with us to explore how wrist therapy can support your journey to optimal wrist health.

Our wrist therapy programs begin with a comprehensive evaluation by our skilled therapists, assessing the range of motion, strength, and any limitations you may be experiencing in your wrist. This information guides us in creating a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique condition and functional goals.

Types of Wrist Therapy Treatments

Your therapist may employ a range of therapeutic interventions to target the root cause of your wrist issues and promote healing, including:

Manual Therapy

Hands-on techniques to mobilize and stretch the soft tissues around the wrist joint, enhancing flexibility and reducing pain.

Therapeutic Exercises

Customized exercises are designed to strengthen the muscles surrounding the wrist joint, improve stability, and restore full range of motion.


Using heat, cold, ultrasound, or electrical stimulation to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and accelerate healing.

Wrist Splinting

In some cases, a custom wrist splint may be recommended to support and protect the wrist during healing.

Functional Training

Tailored activities replicate your daily tasks or specific movements to restore wrist function and enhance performance.

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Collaborative care for optimal outcomes

At HSA, we believe in a collaborative approach to your wrist therapy. Our therapists work closely with our board-certified orthopedic surgeons to ensure seamless communication and alignment of your therapy with your overall treatment plan. This comprehensive approach enables us to provide continuity of care and optimize the results.

Candidates for wrist therapy

Wrist therapy can be a critical treatment for patients with a range of wrist-related conditions and injuries, including:

  • Wrist Sprains and Strains: If you have experienced a wrist sprain or strain, therapy can aid in reducing pain and swelling and promoting healing.
  • Wrist Fractures: Individuals recovering from wrist fractures can benefit from therapy to regain wrist mobility, strength, and function during healing.
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: For those with carpal tunnel syndrome, therapy can help alleviate pain, tingling, and numbness in the hand and wrist.
  • Tendinitis: If you are experiencing wrist tendinitis, therapy can assist in reducing inflammation and improving tendon function.
  • Wrist Arthritis: Individuals with wrist arthritis can benefit from therapy to manage pain, improve joint flexibility, and enhance overall wrist function.
  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation: Following wrist surgeries, such as arthroscopic procedures or wrist ligament repair, therapy is critical in supporting healing and restoring wrist strength and mobility.
  • Use Injuries: Athletes and individuals engaging in wrist movements, such as gymnasts or musicians, can benefit from wrist therapy to prevent injuries and optimize wrist performance.
  • General Wrist Pain: If you experience persistent wrist pain or discomfort without a specific injury, therapy can help identify and address underlying issues contributing to your symptoms.
  • Wrist Instability: Individuals with wrist instability or ligament injuries can benefit from therapy to improve wrist stability and reduce the risk of further injuries.
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Why choose HSA for wrist therapy?

Choosing HSA for wrist therapy means selecting a team of experts dedicated to your complete recovery. Our therapists have extensive experience addressing various wrist conditions, from sprains and strains to post-operative rehabilitation.

With a patient-centered focus, we strive to provide compassionate care and the most effective therapies for your wrist condition. Contact us today to learn more.

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