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Musician's Hand

Musician's hand rehabilitation is a specialized form of therapy that aims to restore the strength, flexibility, and function of a musician's hand and wrist after an illness or injury. Musician's hand rehabilitation can be used to treat common injuries among musicians, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, tenosynovitis and other disorders related to repetitive hand movements.

The goal of musician's hand rehabilitation is to help patients regain strength, flexibility, and precision of the hand and wrist, improve their musical technique preventing further damage or injury. In addition, musician's hand rehabilitation can help patients reduce pain, improve posture and breathing, and increase body awareness during musical performance.

Initial Evaluation

Gestural evaluation through analysis of activity and movement.

Evaluation of the performance setting.

Preventive approach

Minimization of exposure to postural and gestural risk factors considering the most common over-use pathologies.


Adaptation of supports, where possible, with the help of ergonimic tools available on the market or custom made.

Treatment of EBP pathologies

Treatment of all types of musculoskeletal problems, nerve compressions and motor dysfunctions classically suffered by musicians.

Salutogenic approach

Development of personal resources and self-identification.

Consulting or Partnership

On-site and/or theoretical support for all music schools/academies where there isn't a certified hand therapist. 

Possibility of partnership or external support for musicians.

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