Wrist Pain Physiotherapy Westmead

Experiencing Wrist discomfort, that limits your involvement in sports and fitness, as well as making tasks involving repetitive wrist motions, like typing, or using a computer mouse, a challenge? Recovery rehab expert Physio is here to provide effective solutions. With just 1 to 5 treatments, we can guide you toward a path of relief and recovery. We understand your symptoms, identify the underlying causes, and, most importantly, offer the assistance you need to regain a sense of normalcy. Discover your expert Wrist pain Physio near you

Manage Wrist Pain with Recovery Rehab Physio

The wrist, a slender and adaptable connection between the forearm and the palm, is supported by ligaments within a protective capsule. Wrist mobility involves upward and downward hand bending, as well as palm rotation. Wrist pain can be highly uncomfortable, significantly affecting one’s quality of life, and daily activities, and even leading to work absences.Your recovery rehab physio can provide expert guidance on Wrist Pain, deliver hands-on therapies to alleviate Wrist inflammation and discomfort, and recommend exercises to alleviate enduring wrist-related problems.

Our Westmead physiotherapist can assist with

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome  – Carpal tunnel syndrome results from nerve compression within the wrist joint, leading to pain, sensory alterations, and reduced hand function. Physiotherapy proves to be an effective remedy for addressing carpal tunnel syndrome

What Causes Wrist Pain ?

Injuries: Sprains, fractures, or dislocations due to accidents or falls are common causes of wrist pain.

Repetitive Strain: Activities that involve repetitive wrist motion, such as typing or playing musical instruments, can lead to wrist pain over time.

  • Arthritis: Conditions like osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis can result in shoulder pain and stiffness.

  • Nerve Compression: Pinched nerves in the neck or upper back can radiate pain into the shoulder.

  • Tendonitis: Inflammation of the tendons can cause pain, especially with repetitive movements.

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Compression of the median nerve in the wrist can cause pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and wrist


What are Symptoms  of Wrist Pain ?

  • Pain: One of the primary indicators is persistent, aching, or sharp discomfort within the Wrist joint or nearby regions.

  • Limited Range of Motion

  • Weakness: A common symptom is the weakening of Wrist muscles, which can hinder the ability to lift and carry objects.

  • Stiffness: Those with Wrist pain can experience the sensation of tightness or stiffness in the Wrist joint.

  • Swelling: Swelling or inflammation around the wrist joint.

Assessment for Wrist Pain Physiotherapy at Westmead

At Recovery Rehab, Westmead, Principal Physiotherapist Sujanya Iyengar, begins the assessment process for Wrist Pain by attentively listening and setting clear treatment goals. She starts by doing a whole-body assessment from head-to-toe of nerves, muscles, joints, spine, flexibility, and strength to identify any underlying biomechanical problems. She then compiles a comprehensive list of potential causes and systematically tests each one to determine the most effective treatment, aiming for substantial improvement (30-50%). Ultimately, she identifies the primary contributing factor, often referred to as the ‘driver,’ in the patient’s condition.

This enables her to create a tailored treatment plan to relieve your Wrist pain and improve your functional mobility.

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Our Physiotherapist tailor’s various treatments based on the assessment and test results to your specific symptoms, aiming to reduce pain, swelling, muscle tension, and restore Wrist function and alignment. Addressing associated neck pain and improving neck posture is also important.

These treatments encompass:

  • Utilizing soft tissue massage and trigger point therapy to reduce tension in the rotator cuff muscles and sustain tissue mobility.

  • Employing joint mobilization techniques to enhance joint alignment and minimize the risk of impingement.

  • Implementing strengthening and stabilizing exercises, both in the treatment room and as part of home care, which play a crucial role in this phase.

  • Advising on activity modification for daily routines and work activities.

At our Clinic we adopt Recovery Rehab Treatment Plan a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach, drawing from specialized areas like Physiotherapy (Ridgway Method), Craniosacral therapy, and Visaral manipulation. Our treatments encompass specific modalities ranging from Myofascial Release, Dermo-Neuro Modulation, and Trigger Point Dry needling to Lymphatic Drainage and Immune System Boost. It’s important to recognize that each individual’s circumstances are unique.

As part of the recovery rehab process, we actively involve clients in homework, exercises, and strategies to support their recovery at home. Our primary objective is to provide enduring relief and enhance your overall quality of life. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step toward a Wrist that’s free from pain.

In the spirit of reconciliation Recovery Rehab acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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