Occupational therapy doral and Miami

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At our occupational therapy clinic in Miami, I often hear people tell me that they hurt and they are going to rest for a while and then they should be good to be back to running or getting back to the gym, or whatever they want to get back to doing.  Most of the time,… Read more »

Physical Therapy Doral

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Rehabilitation begins immediately following an elbow fracture surgery. As soon as you return to your hospital room, medical staff members attending to your needs will try to relax the muscles of your recovering elbow.  You will be required to wear a splint to support your arm for at least a week since the surgical wounds… Read more »

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Carpal tunnel syndrome manifests with pain, numbness, muscle weakness and tingling in the hands and wrists as a result of a compressed median nerve.   At the side of your palm is this narrow passageway called the carpal tunnel, which is made up of bones and ligaments. When the nerves on these bones and ligaments… Read more »

Miami occupational therapist

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There are many factors that can help speed up your recovery and regain the use of your hands after a hand surgery in Miami. Aside from your own body’s capacity to heal, undergoing physical therapy in Doral can deliver a huge impact on your healing progress.  After a hand surgery, you may experience immobility for… Read more »

hand therapist miami

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Trigger finger is a colloquial term for stenosing tenosynovitis, also known as flexor tendonitis. It happens when the fingers become stiff and lock, or stays stuck when you trying to bend them. Straightening these fingers can be done with a quick snap or pull, which is similar to releasing the trigger of a gun, hence… Read more »

tennis elbow treatment in Miami

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What is tennis elbow? Tennis elbow is also called lateral epicondylitis. It is an overuse injury, common in tennis players, caused by repetitive elbow movements. Tennis elbow will not only affect your playing capacity, but also the performance of basic activities that require the use of the elbows such as writing. If the signs and… Read more »