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Hand Therapy

Hand Therapy

Hand therapy is a specialised area of practice aiming to prevent dysfunction, restore function and/or reverse the progression of disease of the upper limb, from shoulder to hand in order to enhance an individual’s ability to complete tasks and fully participate in life.

We provide evaluation and assessment, education and use of adaptive or specialised devices and treatment, for a range of upper limb injuries and chronic conditions to return the limb to its best possible level of function.

Common conditions requiring hand therapy include: Osteoarthritis, De Quervains tenosynovitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, ligament and tendon injuries, fractures, trigger finger, Dupuytrens release, mallet fingers, nerve conditions, wounds, scars and rehabilitation after traumatic injuries.

For more information about hand therapy contact Kirsty Herbert on 5154 6614 Monday-Wednesday.