Carpal Tunnel Therapy Clinic

Belfast’s Premier Private Carpal Tunnel Therapy Clinic

ARE YOU SEEKING CARPAL TUNNEL RELIEF?

Look no further! There is no need to suffer with carpal tunnel syndrome, I can help today.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment Package

The aim of this Private Carpal Tunnel Clinic programme is to improve or fully resolve your symptoms. Goals to improve your function will also be addressed. The Hand Therapy programme includes 3 sessions over the course of 6 weeks.

Three Sessions:

  • Session 1 – Comprehensive assessment to diagnose / confirm your CTS, treatment carried out and brace or custom splint will be provided

  • Session 2 – Splint check, additional treatment, plus a review and required modifications to your personalised exercise programme

  • Session 3 – Formal reassessment, symptom review and discharge or onward referral to specialist hand surgeon if required

Have you been told you that an operation is not the right option for you?

Then Hand Therapy may be right for you. Your treatment may include supports, exercises, postural / ergonomic review and advice on adaptive aids. These will allow you to manage your symptoms effectively while optimising your independence with activities of daily living.

Treatment Following Carpal Tunnel Surgery

If you have had carpal tunnel surgery in Belfast, or anywhere else in Northern Ireland, I can provide post-operative carpal tunnel Hand Therapy. Appointments appropriate as early as 7 days after surgery.

Hand Therapy post carpal tunnel surgery can greatly optimise your functional outcome post-op. Hand Therapy can be guided by either a qualified Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist. A Hand Therapist can provide you with appropriate advice and treatment regarding scar / pain management and exercise prescription.

  • Debulking of dressings and wound care
  • Swelling management
  • Pain management
  • Exercise guidance
  • Activity advice

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
How is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome diagnosed?
Who should I see for this condition?
Do I need Carpal Tunnel Surgery?
What alternatives are there to Carpal Tunnel Surgery?
Is Physiotherapy or Hand Therapy after Carpal Tunnel Surgery needed?

To read further on Carpal Tunnel please visit my article on CTS, click here.