Treatment of hand disorders and injuries using splints and exercises.
Crucial in recovery from hand or wrist injury including post-surgery.
Hand, or manual, therapy plays a crucial role in the recovery from hand or wrist injury including post-surgery.
Hand therapy is the management of hand disorders and injuries using physical methods such as exercise, splinting and wound care. Hand therapists also treat other upper limb disorders that affect how the hand works.
Hand therapy at Perform includes retraining, splinting, and advice on everyday hand functions and physiotherapy (joint mobilisation, stretching, active and resisted exercises, and ultrasound scan).
Our specialists are able to devise bespoke exercise programs and static hand splints for a wide range of conditions.
Spire Bushey Hospital is situated within easy access of the M1 and M25 motorways. We are only 15 miles from London, 45 minutes drive from Luton airport and around five miles from Watford town centre, with its fast and regular train services to the capital.
Main Switchboard: 020 8950 9090
Self-pay treatment enquiries: 020 8901 5505
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Bushey Hospital.