Is chronic hand and wrist pain interfering with your daily life? Hand and Wrist pain is a common problem affecting a large number of people. Untreated, hand and wrist pain can progress into carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, reductions in grip strength, and more.

Our solution for hand and wrist pain relief is the best in Toms River, NJ. The providers at Flow Chiropractic & Sports Therapy are more than experienced in treating hand and wrist pain. Our combination of functional movements, extremity adjusting, and manual therapy (trigger point, active release, fascial manipulation) techniques are proven to help improve mobility and reduce pain. Our approach to patient care has your goals as the focus. A treatment plan will be created for you to reach your goals.

The team at Flow Chiropractic & Sports Therapy has the goal of reducing your pain and improving your quality of life— that’s why we offer not only, the very best rehab chiropractic care, but also, everything from lifestyle advice to nutritional counseling for long-term health benefits. Don’t let hand and wrist pain allow you to lose your grip on life – trust our experienced team with your care today!

Common Conditions

Cubital tunnel syndrome is an impingement or irritation of the ulnar nerve within the cubital tunnel at the elbow. This is the area commonly referred to as the funny bone. If the ulnar nerve becomes irritated in this region due to pressure, inflammation, and/or stretching, symptoms will occur.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is impingement or irritation of the median nerve within the carpal tunnel—an anatomical structure found at the base of your hand. When the median nerve becomes irritated in this region due to pressure, inflammation, and/or stretching, symptoms are likely to occur.

Commonly from repetitive use of the thumb. Specifically, this conditions affects the tendon sheaths of the extensor pollicis brevis and abductor pollicis longus muscles. These muscles pull the thumb away from the hand and palm.

This condition is also commonly associated with and precedes de Quervain’s—or stenosing tenosynovitis—of the same tendon sheaths named above. This condition is categorized by thickening and hardening of the tendon sheath and will often require surgery.

Thoracic outlet syndrome occurs when there is impingement on the nerves or blood vessels in an area between your clavicle (collar bone) and ribs in the space between your neck and shoulder joint.

Most often, thoracic outlet syndrome in gamers will come secondary to poor posture—slouching forward in their chairs and leaning towards the screen while gaming. Another condition which may lead to thoracic outlet syndrome is upper crossed syndrome.