Finger Fractures are a common injury that can occur due to a direct hit or trauma. These injuries can cause intense and persistent pain which, if left untreated, can potentially lead to long-lasting damage.
Also known as sprained finger, finger fractures treatment will depend on the location and type of fracture or sprain sustained.
This is a common occupational injury caused by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist. Symptoms include numbness, tingling, weakness, and pain in the hand and wrist. Early treatment can prevent further damage and alleviate symptoms.
This is a common wrist injury caused by forceful or repetitive backward wrist movements. It can occur from falls, gym accidents, or certain yoga poses. This ligament connects two small bones in the hand and can tear or strain due to abnormal flexing or extension.
Also known as Lateral Epicondylitisis inflammation of the tendon that extends the wrist. Tennis elbow patients can present with stiffness, difficulty of movement, pain and weakness when performing simple gestures or actions such as opening jars, shaking hands or opening doors.
This occurs in the group of four muscles that stabilise the shoulder joint. Tears to the supraspinatus muscle are common and may require surgical repair and subsequent rehabilitation. Symptoms of a rotator cuff tear can vary depending on the type and extent of the injury. Pain is generally in the front or side of the shoulder and can radiate down the arm or into the neck.
Bursitis (meaning inflammation of the bursa) is characterised by swelling, thickening and of course inflammation of the bursa. In the shoulder this is often caused by a sudden increase in overhead workload, long-term repetitive overhead work, or infection.