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Hand Trauma Therapy Boulder

If you have had some kind of hand trauma and are looking for hand trauma therapy in Boulder, contact North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation. Our therapists can help you regain the function in your wrist, hand or elbow, through a combination of manual techniques such as exercise, massage and mobilization.

Our center has two certified hand /occupational therapists with the experience you need.  You need to get the affected area moving as quickly as is safe after an injury.  The longer a joint remains immobile, the greater the risk of excess swelling which may lead to decreased use of the area.
 
Hand trauma therapy is a safe and effective way to regain the use of your hand without additional swelling.  Our therapists are knowledgeable and experienced to provide the most effective hand trauma therapy in Boulder.  Call one of our two locations today.

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