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Hand Therapy

Hand rehabilitation is a form of therapy that aims to restore the strength, flexibility and function of the hand and wrist after an injury, surgery or illness. The hand is an extremely important part of the human body, enabling a wide range of everyday activities, such as reaching, grasping, writing and manipulating objects.

Rehabilitation of the hand may include movement exercises, stretching, massage, manual therapy, electrical stimulation, custom brace modeling and other specialized techniques. Therapy will be tailored to meet the specific needs of the patient, depending on the type of injury or disease.

The goal of hand rehabilitation is to help patients recover hand and wrist function, improve their ability to perform daily activities, and prevent further damage or injury. In addition, hand rehabilitation can help patients reduce pain, increase muscle strength, and improve movement coordination.

The intervention is performed on both conservative and postoperative indications.


- Fractures and dislocations of phalanges, metacarpals, carpal bones, proximal or distal radius and ulna

- Tendon and ligament injuries

- Polytrauma 


- Wound healing 

- Care of flaps and grafts

- Treatment of adherent and hypertrophic scars


- Dupuytren

- Ganglia and cysts / Bursitis

- Arthrodesis and/or wrist and finger prosthesis

- Corrective osteotomies

- Skeletal pathologies

Peripheral nerves

- Carpal tunnel syndrome

- Cubital tunnel syndrome

- Atypical or traumatic nerve compressions

- Nerve grafts, neurolysis and neurotomies


- Medial or Lateral elbow

-Wrist (Extensors or Flexors) 

- Trigger finger

- Radiating tendinopathies

Sensory rehabilitation

- Desensitization

- Sensory stimulation

- Management of peripheral and central pain

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