Hand pain is usually described as pain, discomfort, or stiffness that occurs anywhere from your shoulders down to your fingers in one or both arms, it can include pain in the wrist and elbow. Pain may be caused by following structures:
Joint inflammation and can occur in multiple areas of the hand and wrist. Arthritis of the hand can be very painful.
A condition that can attack joints throughout the body, commonly affects the joints and surrounding tendons of the wrist and fingers. It can cause the joints to become swollen, painful and possibly deformed.
The most common form of arthritis. It causes progressive degeneration of cartilage. It can happen with aging or following an injury, such as a fracture or dislocation.
soft, fluid-filled cysts can develop on the front or back of the hand for no apparent reason.
It is a common condition caused by repetitive movements in the hands, wrists, or fingers. It can lead to numbness, tingling, weakness, and pain.
When we see a Therapist we can talk about the mechanism of the injury. If it's a recent injury or a chronic injury, a physical therapist is able to identify possible structures involved in your injury. Majority of conditions can be treated by a therapist which does not involve invasive (surgical) treatment and are cost effective.
Treatment that involves treatment by a medical doctor followed by physical therapy:
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