Why is My Hand Burning?
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Are you looking for a Physio who understands your injury and will work with you to achieve your goals?
Here at Aushealth Physiotherapy, we pride ourselves as being a leader in health care on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. What’s our secret? We care about our patients and we are dedicated to ensuring the best possible outcomes for every individual who comes to our clinic.
We utilise the most up to date Physiotherapy assessment and treatment techniques to create the best management plan for each individual, ensuring you reach your treatment goals and get back to your regular lifestyle FAST. Our treatment programs are tailor made to suit you, as we know generic management plans will simply not get the best outcomes.
The Physiotherapists in our clinic specialise in Back and Neck pain, Sports and Post-surgical injury rehabilitation, Hip, Knee and Shoulder Pain, Headaches and Women’s Health. We also run our own hydrotherapy classes, so we are able to ensure your rehabilitation program can commence as soon as possible, allowing you to reach your goals more quickly.
So, have you ever wondered why you get pins and needles in your hands?
Not sure if its a Doctor problem or a Physio problem? Let us help you out.
Pins and Needles or numbness/burning in your hand is all too common for people with desk jobs or students stuck hunched over books all night!
Is that you?
All stretches should be held for 15-20 secs and repeated twice.
A good indication of how far you should stretch is to only go as far as you can go whilst maintaining normal regular breathing. You should avoid holding your breath and pushing the stretch into pain.
Here is a sequence of moves that flow nicely from one stretch to the next.
First published March 26, 2020 12:40pm. Updated 4th January 8:30am AEST
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