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Upper Limb

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Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) occurs when pressure is applied to a nerve in your wrist, resulting in tingling, numbness, and pain in your hand and fingers. This condition can significantly impact your daily activities and overall hand function.

Signs and Symptoms of CTS:

  • Pain in your fingers, hand, or arm

  • Hand numbness

  • Tingling or pins and needles in hand and fingers

  • Weakness in hand and fingers

  • Difficulty gripping

Treatment Methods:


Our comprehensive approach aims to relieve symptoms and improve hand function, allowing you to get back to your daily activities with ease.

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Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition characterised by the thickening and tightening of the soft tissue capsule that surrounds the glenohumeral joint, the ball-and-socket joint of the shoulder. This leads to pain and restricted shoulder movement.

Signs and Symptoms of Frozen Shoulder:

  • Stage One: During the Freezing Stage, there is a slow onset of pain, progressively limiting shoulder movement as the pain worsens

  • Stage Two: In the Frozen Stage, there is a gradual improvement in pain, but persistent stiffness in the shoulder remains

  • Stage Three: During the Resolving Stage, there is a slow return of shoulder motion towards normal

Addressing frozen shoulder early can significantly improve recovery time and restore mobility. Our tailored treatment plans are designed to alleviate pain and enhance shoulder function, helping you regain your range of motion.

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Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is a condition that causes pain around the outside of the elbow. This condition is usually caused by repetitive, strenuous movements of the arm and wrist, commonly affecting athletes and individuals who engage in activities involving repetitive arm motions.

Signs and Symptoms of Tennis Elbow:

  • Pain on the outside of the upper forearm, at the elbow level

  • Pain when lifting or bending the arm

  • Pain when gripping small objects, such as a pen

  • Increased pain when twisting the forearm, such as drying a towel or opening a jar

Effective management of tennis elbow involves identifying and modifying the activities causing strain, alongside targeted treatments to alleviate pain and promote healing. Our comprehensive approach ensures you receive the best care to get you back to your routine swiftly and safely.

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Trigger finger is a condition that affects the tendons of the hand, making it difficult to bend the affected finger or thumb. It can cause significant discomfort and interfere with daily activities.

Signs and Symptoms of Trigger Finger:

  • Pain and tenderness at the base of the affected finger

  • Stiffness and clicking when moving the affected finger

  • Difficulty bending the affected finger

  • The affected finger may get stuck in a bent position and suddenly pop straight

Effective treatment for trigger finger includes methods to reduce inflammation and restore normal tendon function. Our experienced physiotherapists offer tailored therapies to help alleviate pain and improve mobility, ensuring you regain full use of your hand.

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