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Chiropractic Treatment For Hand Injuries

Hand injuries can cause a series of complications that affect your health and ability to follow through with your normal way of life. If left untreated, you may likely experience chronic pain or other conditions like arthritis later in life. Although there are a variety of reasons why patients sustain a hand injury, our College Park Chiropractors can provide treatment for any kind, relieve pain, and help you recover without the risk of future relapses.

Contact AICA College Park today if you recently injured your hand or suffer from some chronic condition. Just call us at (404) 592-0319.

Common Causes of Hand Injuries

In general, there are five kinds of hand injuries that our College Park Chiropractors tend to treat:

  • Cuts
  • Fractures
  • Dislocations
  • Soft tissue damage
  • Accident injuries

Common Symptoms of Hand Injuries

Lacerations

  • Tenderness
  • Bleeding
  • Numbness
  • Loss of motion
  • Weakness

Fractures and dislocations

  • Heightened sensitivity
  • Inflammation
  • Bruising
  • Limited motion
  • Tingling
  • Weakness

Soft tissue injuries and amputations

  • Tenderness
  • Inflammation
  • Bruising
  • Weakness
  • Tingling

Accident injuries

  • Significant pain
  • Inflammation
  • Bruising
  • Sprains

College Park Chiropractic Treatment For Hand Injuries

Chiropractic treatment for hand injuries begins with a complete examination. Depending on your injury, our Chiropractors may recommend the use of an imaging device, such as an X-ray machine or MRI scan.AICA College Park’s clinic has several types of imaging machines on-site, which allow our Chiropractors to develop the most appropriate treatment solutions that align with the precise size and depth of each patient’s injury. Although each treatment plan is unique, most hand injuries require a combination of massage therapy, immobilization, and manual adjustments to recover.

Contact AICA College Park For Immediate Treatment and Pain Relief

If you injure your hand in an accident or suffer from a chronic condition like arthritis, contact AICA College Park to schedule a free consultation. We are available Monday through Sunday and welcome walk-in appointments for those who require immediate treatment.AICA College Park is the community’s most experienced Chiropractic Clinic, serving the greater region for over 20 years. Our approach to treating hand injuries has helped thousands of patients recover quickly and safely, allowing them to return to their favorite activities without concern over reinjury. Schedule a free consultation with our Chiropractors by dialing (404) 592-0319.

AICA Specialists

At AICA, our orthopedic hand specialists are dedicated to diagnosing, treating, and rehabilitating hand injuries of all kinds. We will help you gain range of motion, increased mobility, improved strength, and better function in your injured hand. We are committed to getting you back to your normal routine as quickly and as safely as possible using noninvasive procedures, innovative methods, and state-of-the-art technology. Our team of orthopedic specialists work together to create a comprehensive plan that will treat all of your hand pain. Chiropractic care can correct joints that are out of alignment. Neurologists work with you to treat nerve pain in the hands. Orthopedic surgeons perform surgical procedures such as Carpal Tunnel Release to cut the tendon that is putting pressure on the median nerve so you can experience relief from unwanted pain. A physical therapist can work with you on exercising your hand to improve the range of motion and increase strength so that you can continue to use your hand each and every day. With an expert team working on your behalf, you are sure to experience a full recovery.

Hand Pain Treatment

The first step in treating hand pain is to diagnose the specific problem. The best way to diagnose hand injuries is to take a look at the bones, tissue, and tendons inside the hands. Digital imaging such as X Rays, MRIs, and CT scans give our specialists a clear picture of what exactly the bones, joints, and tendons look like in the hand so we can accurately diagnose the problem area. NCV testing is used to assess nerve function in the hands. Once a proper diagnosis is given, the best place to start when addressing the hand is with conservative therapy. Heat and ice therapies can help with hand pain. Physical therapists at AICA Orthopedics work with you to complete occupational exercises to strengthen the hand and improve your symptoms. If pain persists, orthopedic specialists work to provide comprehensive care that can offer long-term relief from hand pain. Hand arthroscopy is a procedure that orthopedic hand surgeons may suggest to repair damaged tissue in the hand. Other minimally invasive surgeries can correct hand issues as well. If you have tried other options that just haven’t worked, orthopedic specialists at AICA Orthopedics can evaluate your situation to design the right treatment plan for you. Find healing and relief when you turn to the orthopedic hand specialists at AICA. The latest in technology and imaging can assist in pinpointing the exact problem area to form a specific plan for effective healing and pain relief. You can’t go wrong when you entrust your hands to the orthopedic specialists at AICA Orthopedics.