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Navigating Hand Arthritis

Updated: Jan 1


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Arthritis in the hands can be a challenging and debilitating condition, impacting daily activities and diminishing overall quality of life. However, with the right guidance and a targeted approach, managing hand arthritis is possible and empowering. Physical therapy emerges as a key player in this journey, offering personalized exercises and techniques to reduce pain, increase joint flexibility, and improve overall hand function.


Physical therapists work closely with individuals to create tailored rehabilitation programs. These may include gentle range-of-motion exercises, strengthening routines, and ergonomic education to optimize daily tasks. By focusing on strengthening the muscles surrounding the affected joints and enhancing joint mobility, physical therapy becomes a crucial ally in managing hand arthritis. The goal is not just pain management but equipping individuals with the tools and knowledge to regain control over their hands, fostering a sense of independence and improved well-being.

 

Read more about how to help your hand arthritis in Dr. Marko's latest contribution in Everyday Health.

 


 

Physical Therapy helps you perform at your best

If you need assistance developing a personalized exercise program that caters to your needs, look no further than Marko Physical Therapy.


We are here to assist you in achieving your health goals. We understand that each individual has unique needs, and we are committed to providing personalized care to help you reach your full potential.


Whether recovering from an injury or looking to improve your overall fitness, we are dedicated to helping you succeed. Contact us today to schedule an evaluation and take the first step towards a healthier, happier you.


For more information on our services, please visit our website at markophysicaltherapy.com. We look forward to helping you toward optimal health and wellness.


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