Whether your injury or condition is the result of an accident, surgery, repetitive strain or sports injury, we take the time to listen to your needs, and then work with you to develop an individualised treatment plan to have you on the road to recovery sooner.

For an overview of the most common hand problems treated by Kingston Hand Therapy, please click HERE.

Outlined below are the list of specialist treatments offered at Kingston Hand Therapy.

Comprehensive Assessment of the Hand and the Upper Limb



Optimal hand and upper lime function is crucial for maintaining a good quality of life. Our assessments focus on identifying the primary cause of pain and discomfort in the hand and upper limb.


Customised Hand Therapy Rehabilitation Programs - including return to work, sport and leisure activities.



A personalised treatment program that helps overcome injury and prevent reoccurrence. Includes return to work, sport and leisure activities.

Scar and Wound Mangament



Specialist rehabilitation and wound management techniques designed to ensure post-surgical and injury scars don't become overly sensitive and/or limit motion and function. Includes dressing changes, removal of sutures or staples. We also treat old raised, thick and sensitive scars, along with desensitisation programs.

Custom made Splints for the Finger, Hand, Wrist and Elbow



Custom made splints for the finger, hand, wrist and elbow. Includes thermoplastic splints (rigid), neoprene and soft splints / braces, casting and bracing, post-surgery and sports specific.

Pain Management



A proactive approach to managing hand and upper limb pain, caused by work, sport and leisure-related activities.

Sensory Re-education



The use of specialist rehabilitation techniques that are aimed at stimulating nerve repair and improving muscle function.

Customised Strengthening Programs



A personalised program that helps develop hand and upper limb strength, a key factor in ensuring long-term injury prevention and/or re-occurrence.

Sports Taping and Kinesiotaping



Recognised as one of the top preventative measures for avoiding sports and exercise-related injuries.

Dry Needling



The use of filament needles to access "trigger points" in muscles, with the aim of reducing and/or removing tension and pain.

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