Hand and Wrist Pain In Grand Rapids

Are you experiencing difficulty with everyday tasks such as gripping objects or even writing due to persistent hand and wrist pain? This discomfort might impede simple activities or make sleeping uncomfortable. Hand and wrist pain can arise from various causes, including repetitive movements or conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome. The good news is that physical therapy offers effective ways to manage hand and wrist pain naturally, aiding in improving mobility without resorting to surgery. Interested in exploring how physical therapy can alleviate your hand or wrist discomfort?

Dr. Tyler using KT technique to help with lateral epicondylitis

Causes of My Hand and Wrist Pain

  • Tennis Elbow
  • Rotator Cuff Tear/ Strain
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Nerve Irritation
  • Wrist Fracture
  • Finger Dislocation
  • Golfer’s Elbow
  • TFCC Injury
  • Muscle Strain
  • De Quervain’s Syndrome
  • Post Op
  • Ligament Sprain

Anatomy of My Wrist And Hand

Consider the wrist and hand as a sophisticated assembly comprising various essential components. The wrist involves multiple small bones connecting the hand to the forearm, creating a flexible joint that operates similarly to a pivot or a ball-and-socket mechanism. Meanwhile, the hand consists of intricate networks of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones, functioning like a finely tuned set of gears, allowing for dexterity and versatile movements. Understanding this intricate interplay of bones and the intricate mechanics of the hand and wrist aids in comprehending their remarkable ability to perform delicate and precise tasks.

Image of all the anatomical structures that lead to carpal tunnel

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I started seeing Tyler after I dislocated my thumb on my dominant hand. After working with him I have been able to resume normal activities. Always friendly, easy to schedule, and really listens to concerns. He even help me find splint that was more effective that the one at got from my urgent care visit! Thanks, Tyler!
Allison McLaren