Pain Relief for Arthritis Seattle, WA


There are many kinds of arthritis, however, one thing that most cases of arthritis have in common is that they cause a person to experience mild to severe pain in their joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons.

Arthritis pain is also directly linked to the limitation of mobility in these areas. This condition can affect anyone at any age, but is very commonly found in the hands of aging adults, and can cause swelling, stiffness, weakness, and inflammation that makes it difficult to grasp items or comfortably move the hands, wrists, and fingers.

How can MoveMend Rehab and Performance Rehab and Performance physical therapy help me find relief?

If you’re living with arthritis pain in your wrists or recovering from a sports-related injury such as a sprain, a physical therapist can help you to regain and maintain as much strength and range of motion as possible. Physical therapists provide safe and conservative methods to help treat pain in your elbows, hands, and joints.

Your Seattle, WA therapist can help you identify the best methods of treatment for your specific needs and design an individualized treatment plan accordingly. They can also help you identify the best range of motion and strength-building activities to reduce your likelihood of worsening your condition or developing it again in the future.

The goal of physical therapy for wrist pain is to help you return to your normal work, home, and sports activities, free of pain in your hands and wrists. A hand therapist can help identify what activities might be aggravating your symptoms and will discuss any activity modifications you may need to make.

Stretching and strengthening of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand, as well as modalities may be used in your treatment. These consist of technologies such as heat, cold laser, iontophoresis, ultrasound, and massage.

If at any time you are uncomfortable with an exercise or feel like you don’t know where your progress is in treatment, feel free to communicate this with your therapist. Our ultimate goal is to help you feel your best in the most comfortable setting possible.

Your Next Steps…

  1. Request An Appointment

  2. Receive A Custom Treatment Plan

  3. Work Hard and Progress In Your Recovery

  4. Recover & Enjoy Life Pain-Free!