Pain in the hands is often experienced by people who have their hands in one position for a long time (dentists, musicians, programmers). Prolonged stress and monotonous load lead to a deterioration in the microcirculation of the blood of the wrist joint, a violation of its nutrition. As a result, the cartilage loses its elasticity, ..
Hand recovery is a component of restorative medicine and includes rehabilitation after operations on muscles, tendons, joints, and bones, as well as the development of joints after injuries resulting in immobilization of the hand with plaster or orthosis. The purpose of these activities is to restore the function of the musculoskeletal system and return a ..
Any hand injury is a serious reason to visit a doctor. It could be caused by regular injuries (bumps or falls) or by accidents (sports, work-related traumas). Hand injuries include contusions, ligament injuries, dislocated fingers, cuts, fractures, and thermal injuries. And some (or even most) of these cases require urgent medical care and rehabilitation. If you don’t ..
1. Stretching fingers Place your forearms on a flat surface such as a table or knees. Spread your fingers slowly and then bring them together. 2. Matching fingers Touch the tip of each finger to y..
1. Flexion at the wrists to the sides Place your forearms on a flat surface such as a table or knees. Without moving your elbows or forearms, move your wrists from side to side. If one arm is weaker than the other, use the stronger arm to bend the weaker arm at the wrist from ..
Therapeutic plasticine is another tool for restoring hand coordination and motor skills. 1. Exercise «scissors». Squeeze the wad of plasticine between your fingers. 2. Pinch grip. Use your thumb, forefinger, and middle finger to squeeze the lump of playdough. 3. Power grip. Press all of your fingers into the lump of plasticine. 4. Flat clamp. ..