If you are experiencing hand, wrist, or arm pain it is important to get an accurate diagnosis. Issues in these areas may be the result of local aggravation, but it may also be referred from other areas such as the neck or rotator cuff. Let us help you to determine the source of your pain and craft a treatment plan that is right for you.
Treatment for Arm Pain
- Tendinitis (Tennis/Golf Elbow)
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)
- Rotator Cuff Syndrome
- Impingement Syndrome
The cause of your arm pain may also be something a little less obvious. Nerve impingement in the neck or aggravation of muscles/fascia in the neck or shoulder can radiate into the arm. Many of these issues can quickly and easily be detected with proper testing.
Pain in the Wrist and Hand
Wrist and Hand pain can also be complicated to pin down. Similar to the arm, these can stem either from a local source or be referred from above. Issuers in the wrist and hand are often due to repetitive stress but can also result from trauma.
A car accident, for example, can cause a wrist sprain from where you where grasping the steering wheel at the time of impact. If you sustained more significant injuries in the neck or low back, you may not even notice that your hand or wrist is injured for some time. Another common cause is catching yourself during a slip and fall. Unfortunately, this becomes more common as we age and struggle more with balance.
We will treat the discomfort that you are experiencing through a combination of massage, chiropractic, and possibly physical therapy modalities. We will also work with you to strengthen, loosen, or otherwise calm the area through a comprehensive home routine.