PT Clinics

Hand Therapy

We are dedicated to the treatment of hand and wrist pain, carpal tunnel and more!

We have a “hands on” approach with each patient and are dedicated to treating patients in an individualized and caring way. At Performance Physical Therapy our Physical Therapists treat hand injuries/conditions and they work closely with patients’ doctors to determine if the need for more specialized care if necessary.

Our physical therapists will work on regaining mobility and function as well as reducing pain in all affected areas of the patients’ hand. Our therapists work as a team with the patient’s physician to help our patients return to their normal activities without pain, and at times this consists of sending the patient to a specialist.

What to expect

The hand is very complex and our physical therapists will start your treatment with a thorough evaluation of your condition. Here we will establish goals and set up an individualized treatment plan of action to get you to a successful recovery.  Your therapist will teach you about your condition and comfort you throughout your recovery process. After your evaluation, your treatment sessions will consist of fixing your hand, and reducing the pain that brought you to us in the first place. We will use a variety of arm and hand exercises to improve your strength and restore your function.

For more on what to expect take a look at our “what to expect” page.

Why choose us for Hand Therapy?

Our main goal is to treat you with compassionate and effective care. We are here to help patients live their life with reduced pain and help you achieve results!

Because we are so invested in the recovery of our patients, we offer an after therapy exercise program where previous patients can utilize our facility in order to continue their exercise program and get guidance from their therapy team on a month to month basis.

Take a look at what our patients have to say by looking at our “testimonials” page.

Common hand conditions we treat are:

  • Tendon disorders
  • Swellings Arthritis
  • Hand Injuries
  • Tendon Injuries
  • Hand fractures
  • Hand Joint Injuries