Hand Therapy is a specialist area of Physiotherapy which utilises non-surgical interventions to treat hand and wrist injuries and disorders. Therapists use methods such as manual therapy, exercise prescription, splinting and wound care to rehabilitate patients.
Hand Therapy incorporates occupational therapy techniques (advice on activities of daily living, scar management) and physiotherapy (massage and stretching techniques, joint mobilisation and mobility exercises) in order to treat a wide range of conditions such as:
- Tendon disorders (trigger finger/thumb, De Quervain’s syndrome)
- Arthritis of fingers and wrist
- Nerve conditions (carpel tunnel syndrome)
- Swellings (such as ganglion cysts)
- Hand and wrist fractures
- Post operative care
What to expect
Initial consultation (up to 1 hour) – £80
Follow up appointment (30 minutes) – £60
Extended follow up appointment (1 hour) – £95
What our patients say about us
Being a Professional Team GB freestyle skier I was experiencing issues with my knees, I dropped into Acer house for a physiotherapy session with Phil Jeffs who was excellent… I feel a remarkable difference. Highly recommend.
Peter is amazing at what he does, very professional and caring. Acer House Practice is a very smart, beautiful practice with very modern facilities.
I highly recommend both Peter and Acer House Practice.
Located in the picturesque village of Farningham in Kent, Acer House Practice is easily accessed by road and public transport with free parking on site or within the village.