RECOGNISED LEADERS IN THERAPY FOR THE HAND AND UPPER LIMB

Our Goal

Our goal is to assist patients to achieve the best possible outcome following injury or problems of the hand and/or upper limb.

The Hand Therapy Group are recognised leaders in therapy for the hand and upper limb. Lead by Director, Dr Anne Wajon, PhD, the practice employs highly qualified and experienced hand therapists (physiotherapists and occupational therapists) who offer expert assessment, diagnosis and treatment for people with hand and upper limb pain or dysfunction.

We provide specialised hand therapy services in various locations throughout northern Sydney covering the management of hand and arm conditions. Our staff work very closely with consultant hand surgeons, general practitioners, rheumatologists, sports physiotherapists and referring doctors.

We are happy to communicate with insurance companies, WorkCover, rehabilitation providers, employers and your local physiotherapist, at your discretion.

We are very happy for you to contact us to discuss whether we might be able to help with your condition.

LATEST

elbow tendinopathy

Elbow Tendinopathy

QUESTION: A 24 year old female tennis player is suffering from acute pain when gripping with her fingers, particularly after practicing her...
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splinting

Splinting

Splinting Thermoplatic Splinting Thermoplastic splinting material is used when fabricating custom made splints. The splints can be made during a consultation with your hand...
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finger pain

Finger Pain

QUESTION: A 42 year old male office worker was using gardening scissors while tending to his yard on the weekend and...
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broken elbow

Broken Elbow

QUESTIONS: A 16 year old girl is suffering from severe pain in her elbow after falling heavily on her arm while...
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volar plate

Volar Plate

QUESTION: An 18 year old male is suffering from pain and swelling in his index finger after he injured it during a...
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thumb pain

Thumb Pain

QUESTION: A 32 year old male was skiing whilst on holiday and fell on his outstretched hand, resulting in his thumb hyperextending....
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