Many people experience problems in their hands. This can be caused from injury, arthritis, nerve, joint, muscle, tendon, ligament pain, inflammation, and more. If you are experiencing pain in your hands, you may have experienced times of numbness, tingling, burning, pins and needles, and weakness. You may have tried different therapies or medications that did not work.
So what’s the result for the person with hand pain?
Maybe you can’t pick up small things, may have problems dropping things, difficulty sleeping due to the pain, can’t open a jar, having difficulty to even dress yourself or do any fine motor activities. Actions that used to take just a few minutes now take much longer.
So how does this make a person feel? Frustrated, discouraged, disappointed, like there is no hope.
What can we do to help?
- Our doctor will find the cause. This is done through testing and examination.
- Prescribe a treatment plan that will help you gain the most improvement in the function of your hands as possible with the least amount of pain.
- Get you back to being able to do more things you love!