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Hand pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including injury, ergonomics or repetitive motion syndrome. Hand therapy is a specialization for the treatment and rehabilitation of upper body injuries or disorders.

The goal is typically to treat and resolve traumatic and soft-tissue injuries such as repetitive motion syndrome. For example, if you've injured your wrist through repetitive motion, you're recovering from surgery on your elbow, or you've had a work-related injury that involved your arms or shoulders, you may benefit from hand therapy.

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The Myofascial Therapy Center conducts an in-depth evaluation of every new client. Each therapist works closely with the other members of the team to perform the appropriate therapy. In most cases, a variety of techniques are used throughout the course of treatment. In the case of hand therapy, additional techniques might include manual therapy, myofascial release and craniosacral therapy.