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A New model for Wrist Pain treatment

We understand that it’s difficult for most of us to find time for traditional Wrist physical therapy. Physio Mantra brings to you online Wrist pain treatment, where all Wrist exercises and treatments are managed through regular online check-ins & video sessions.

Expert Physical Therapists

Physio Mantra members get matched with a professional physiotherapist for one-on-one Wrist pain treatment. They use interactive exercise videos available on our app to treat you.

Continuous Medical Care

Physio Mantra physiotherapists are 100% virtual and provide physical therapy to patients without any time and geographical barriers. Our technology-enabled approach helps manage physical ailments from head to toe.

Personalized Spine Therapy

Physio Mantra provides everyday exercises, home remedies, and regular check-ins for all your Wrist pain physiotherapy needs. We individualize treatment for each person, with problems including Wrist pain, muscle injuries, sprain, bursitis, stiffness, and more.

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Best Wrist Pain Clinic, Now In Your Pocket

Our physical therapists or PTs are available in all parts of the world via an easy-to-use mobile application. The use of artificial intelligence, and data science enables the patients to connect with expert physiotherapists and get real-time insights into their Wrist health.

How it works

Patient signup

Signup for our Wrist Treatment Program

Just fill up a 5-minute online form to tell us about your wrist pain history and treatment expectations.

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Meet your PT

We will connect you with a physiotherapist who is available 24/7 to you via call or chat.

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Connect to our app

Get Physical Therapy sessions on our app via video calls. Follow exercises suggested by our PT and track your progress in the app.

Meet the best online physical therapist

MantraCare physical therapists treat muscle and joint pain problems through a combination of body exercises, video demonstrations, and a healthy diet. Our treatment experience is a better traditional in-person approach in multiple ways.

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Dedicated Physio

You get a personal Physio who customizes the exercise plan based on your comfort and needs

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App-guided Exercises

3D animations & voice narrations in our app ensure proper and right guidance

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Expert care anywhere, anytime

With over 200+ physios, MantraCare is 100% online – no waiting rooms

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Exercise Kit

Complete exercise kit with elastic bands, door anchor, and a phone stand – mailed to you

 

A Complete Guide On Wrist Pain Physiotherapy

Understanding Wrist Pain

Wrist pain is a common problem that can be caused by many different things. The most common type of wrist pain is called carpal tunnel syndrome. This is a condition where the median nerve, which runs from your shoulder to your hand, gets squeezed or compressed as it passes through the carpal tunnel in your wrist.

This is a pain that can come and go, or it can be a constant pain. It may get worse when you use your hand or wrist in certain ways. You may also have numbness or tingling in your hand or arm.

This pain means that the median nerve is getting squeezed or compressed as it passes through the carpal tunnel in your wrist.

Types of Wrist Pain

There are many different types of wrist pain. Here are just a few:

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

This type of wrist pain is caused by a pinched nerve. It causes numbness, tingling, and weakness in the hand or arm.

Tendonitis

This type of wrist pain is caused by inflammation of the tendon sheath that surrounds tendons in your hand and wrist. It causes swelling on top of your wrist and can be very painful to use your hands for tasks such as typing on a keyboard or holding utensils while eating.

Arthritis

Arthritis is a condition where there are changes in joints due to wear-and-tear over time (such as osteoarthritis). This can cause pain when you move your fingers around too much or put weight on them during activities like lifting weights at the gym! Arthritis can also affect other joints in your body such as your knees, hips, and spine.

Bursitis

This is a condition where the bursa (a fluid-filled sac that helps reduce friction between tissues) becomes inflamed. This causes pain, swelling, and stiffness in the wrist.

Ganglion Cyst

A ganglion cyst is a type of lump or mass that forms on or around a joint. These are often found on the back of the hand next to the wrist, but they can form anywhere on your arm or hand. Ganglion cysts are usually benign (not cancerous), but they can be very painful and may need to be surgically removed if they don’t go away on their own.

Signs of Wrist Pain

There are many signs of wrist pain. These include:

  • Pain in your wrist when you use it (such as typing on a keyboard), especially at night or when it is cold outside. You may also feel burning, stabbing, or electric sensations in your hand and fingers.
  • Weakness in your grip strength due to the weakness caused by carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Numbness or tingling in your hand, arm, thumb, or index finger. This may be worse at night.
  • Swelling on the top of your wrist.
  • Changes in the shape of your palm (such as it becoming flatter than normal).
  • wrist pain can be caused by many things. For example, it could be caused by carpal tunnel syndrome or tendinitis (inflammation of the tendon sheath). Both of these conditions are common and very treatable.

Causes of Wrist Pain

There are many different causes of wrist pain. The most common ones are:

Stress

Stress can cause tension and tightness in the muscles and ligaments of your hand and wrist, which can lead to pain.

Repetitive Motion

If you do a lot of activities that use the same motion over and over again (like typing on a keyboard), this can cause inflammation in the tendons of your hands and wrists. This is called tendonitis.

Poor Posture

Bad posture when sitting or standing can put a lot of stress on your wrists, leading to pain. This is especially common if you have a job that requires you to sit at a desk all day long.

Injury

If you fall on your outstretched hand, this can cause damage to the bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons in your wrist and lead to pain.

Medical Conditions

Medical conditions like arthritis, tendinitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome can also cause wrist pain. Arthritis is a condition where the cartilage in between your bones wears down over time due to wear and tear (this happens naturally as we age). Tendinitis is an inflammation of the tendon sheath that surrounds tendons in your hand and wrist. Carpel Tunnel Syndrome occurs when there’s pressure on one nerve at its base near your elbow or shoulder blade which causes numbness and tingling sensations along with weakness throughout all parts of both arms including fingers!

Treatment of Foot Pain

There are many different treatments for wrist pain. The most common ones are:

Rest

If your wrist is hurting, give it a break! Reduce the amount of time you spend doing activities that cause pain and allow yourself some time to heal. This may mean taking a few days off from work or skipping your favorite workout class.

Ice

Applying ice to your wrist can help reduce swelling and inflammation. Do this for 15-20 minutes every few hours as needed. It also feels really good!

Compression

Wearing a brace or wrap around your wrist can help compress the area and reduce swelling.

Elevation

If you can, try to keep your wrist elevated above the level of your heart as often as possible. This will also help with reducing swelling.

Physical Therapy/Manual Therapy

Physical therapy or manual therapy may be recommended if you have chronic wrist pain that doesn’t go away with other treatments. These therapies involve working with a physical therapist who will give you exercises and stretches to do at home to help improve flexibility and strength in your wrist.

Surgery

If the pain is severe and other treatments haven’t worked, surgery may be an option. This usually involves repairing or removing the damaged tissue in your wrist.

Physiotherapy For Wrist pain

Physiotherapy is sometimes recommended for wrist pain. This is a type of physical therapy that focuses on restoring movement and strength in the wrist. It may involve exercises and stretches to do at home, as well as manual therapy from a therapist. If you’re experiencing wrist pain, talk to your doctor about whether physiotherapy is right for you.

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Different Types of Physiotherapy For Wrist Pain

There are different types of physiotherapy that can be used to treat wrist pain. Some of the most common ones are:

Compression

Compression therapy involves applying pressure on the wrist area to reduce swelling. This is done with a wrap or brace and may be used for chronic pain that doesn’t go away with other treatments.

Manual Therapy

This type of physiotherapy uses hands-on techniques such as massage and stretching exercises on your wrist joint in order to improve mobility and flexibility in that part of the body.

Exercise/Stretching Exercises For Wrist Pain

These types involve doing targeted movements or stretching at home, which aim to strengthen muscles around where it hurts so they can better support joints when you’re moving about during daily activities like typing on keyboards at work all day long.

Stretching

Gently move your hand and fingers in all directions (up, down, side to side), hold each stretch for about 20 seconds. You can also do these exercises lying down or sitting up:

  • Flexion: Bend your hand at the wrist until you feel a comfortable stretch. Hold for 15-20 seconds then relax. Repeat three times.
  • Extension: Straighten your hand and arm out in front of you until you feel a comfortable stretch. Hold for 15-20 seconds then relax. Repeat three times.
  • Circumduction: Rotate your hand in circles for 15-20 seconds. Repeat three times.

Benefits of Wrist Pain Physiotherapy

There are many benefits to physiotherapy for wrist pain. Some of the most common ones are:

Reduced Pain and Swelling

One of the main goals of physiotherapy is to reduce pain and swelling in the wrist. This can be done through a variety of techniques, such as massage, stretching exercises, and compression therapy.

Improved Mobility and Flexibility

Physiotherapy can help improve mobility and flexibility in your wrist joint. This can help you move more easily and without pain during everyday activities.

Strengthened Muscles

Exercises and stretches during physiotherapy can help strengthen the muscles around your wrist joint. This will help support your joint better when you’re moving about, which may reduce pain over time. It can also help prevent future injuries.

Improved Quality of Life

Physiotherapy can help improve your quality of life by reducing pain and improving mobility. This can allow you to do the things you enjoy without worrying about how your wrist will feel.

Improved Sleep

Physiotherapy can help improve the quality of your sleep by reducing pain and improving mobility. You may have a better night’s rest if you’re able to move without discomfort during daily activities like typing on keyboards at work all day long or playing with children when they come home from school each afternoon because there aren’t any problems keeping them awake before bedtime either.

10,000+ Happy Wrist Pain patients from the world

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“I was worried about my wrist pain but I am glad that I went to the physiotherapist. My doctor recommended this type of treatment for me and now it feels better than ever. This was helpful for me because I can type on my computer again without any pain. Thankyou Physio Mantra for all the help.”

Kamya, 3 Months at MantraCare

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We treat nearly all muscle and joint issues

Not all physical or muscle problems are the same. Different types of problems require different treatments. At MantraCare, 200+ physical therapist the world cover a range of specialties to meet your needs be it back pain, shoulder pain, or sports injury:

Frequently Asked Questions

It can take several weeks before you notice any improvement in your symptoms. It’s important not to give up if there isn’t immediate relief after one session with the therapist because this type of therapy takes time and dedication on both sides (patient & therapist) for it to be successful!

Physiotherapy is a great way to manage chronic or acute wrist pain, especially when combined with other treatments like medication and rest from activities that aggravate symptoms such as typing all day at work every week without taking breaks between tasks so fingers don’t get too tired which exacerbates pain.

Yes, one of the main goals of physiotherapy is to strengthen muscles around the joint so they can support it better when you’re moving about. This may help reduce your risk for future injuries.

There are many different exercises and stretches that you may be asked to do during physiotherapy, depending on what’s causing your wrist pain. However, some of the most common ones include bending and extending the hand, rotating the hand in circles, and stretching the arm out in front of you.

It’s important to remember that not every case of wrist pain can be fixed with physiotherapy. However, this type of therapy can help reduce pain and swelling, improve mobility and flexibility, and strengthen the muscles around the joint. This may help you live a more comfortable life without as much pain.

Sessions usually last around 30-60 minutes, depending on what the therapist needs to address with the patient.

There’s usually no need to do anything special before your first session other than arrive ready to talk about your wrist pain and any questions you may have about physiotherapy. The therapist will likely ask you to perform some basic exercises and stretches so they can get an idea of where your pain is coming from and what kind of treatment will help best.