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Hand and wrist injuries

General Advice

You may have experienced one of the following wrist or hand injuries

  • breaks (fractures) of the wrist and fingers. Exercises are important in regaining full function in the wrist and fingers after a break
  • sprained wrists
  • carpal tunnel syndrome. This is pressure on the nerves as they pass through the carpal tunnel of the wrist into the hand. Carpal Tunnel syndrome can be exacerbated by repeated use at the wrist, for example with computer work, and is common in pregnancy.

To help you self manage your wrist or hand injury, we encourage you to first read our articles, since all injuries are unique.

To greatly improve your chance in succeeding the self management of your injury, our expert team of Chartered Physiotherapists can help. You can choose a physio, with the specialist skills to treat your injury with a personalised programme.


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For the inclusive package of £28, you receive a personalised injury self management programme comprising exercises and expert advice from your chosen physio.

Included in this price is a follow up assessment, which you can choose to take at any time within 3 months folllowing the initial assessment.

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Scot McAllister - Chartered Physiotherapist Scot McAllister Scot is currently physio for Yorkshire County Cricket club with many years experience in cricketing, sporting and in particular shoulder injuries. Read about Scot's work as physio at Yorkshire County Cricket Club

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