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Elbow & Hand Pain

Our specialists treat a variety of elbow and hand conditions.

We can help.

Ask yourself...

  • Do I have a history of elbow, forearm, wrist, hand, or finger pain?

  • Do I have numbness or tingling in my hands?

  • Do my fingers catch or lock up?

  • Do I drop things or feel that my grip is weak?

  • Does the base of my thumb pop our hurt during work or other activities?

If one or more of these symptoms describe your situation; don't worry.


One of our doctors of physical therapy will assess your condition and discuss the likely causes with you. You'll be set up with an individualized treatment plan designed to deliver results you can feel.


Request an appointment, and let's get your pain taken care of. No referral is needed.

Diagnoses we treat include: Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis), Golfer’s Elbow (medial epicondylitis), Carpal Tunnel, Gout, Tommy John’s Surgery, Arthritis, Dupuytrens, CMC (Thumb) Joint Pain, Wrist Tendonitis, Ulnar Nerve Entrapment, de Quervain’s, Cubital Tunnel, Extensor Tendon Repair, Flexor Tendon Repair, Total Joint Replacement



I suddenly experienced pain in my elbow. My doctor referred to it as golfer's elbow. I don't golf, but I do a lot of heavy lifting. After three weeks of physical therapy, my elbow feels much better. The therapists tried several different techniques and really cared about my progress.


 I had never had physical therapy previously, so I wasn't sure what to expect. There were many things I couldn't do with my hand and wrist before starting therapy. I feel my treatment and therapy were very beneficial. I can do much more now with great improvement.

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The difficulties I had before therapy was drinking a cup of coffee, prying the top off my travel mug, lifting & carrying more than three pounds, and discomfort when I bent my elbow or twisted my arm from side to side. Since the therapy, the pain and stiffness are gone. Jill and Keri were wonderful, and they did an excellent job... It's been about two months now, and I'm still doing great.

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