Splinting

Upper extremities include your hands, wrists, forearms, elbows, arms, and shoulders. Pain in your upper extremity can make it difficult to perform daily activities. Whether it’s brushing your hair, driving a car, or typing at a computer, you use your upper extremities hundreds of times throughout the day! If you are experiencing pain due to an injury or underlying condition, splinting can help. For more information, contact AIM Rehab Services today.

Types of Custom Orthotics for Upper Extremities

Depending on the severity of your condition, there are a multitude of different splints that may help in making daily activities easier to perform. Splinting can help with the alignment of joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, allowing for optimum healing. By working closely with one of our highly trained Coral Springs, FL physical therapists, you can be confident that you have the proper brace for facilitating healing and protecting your upper extremity during your recovery.

Customized For Your Needs

At AIM Rehab Services, we can create a custom splint specifically for your needs. Our physical therapists will conduct a physical evaluation to determine your diagnosis and examine the current levels of mobility in your upper extremity. From there, they will design a personalized treatment plan and a custom splint that will help relieve pain, improve your range of motion, and increase strength.

If your upper extremity pain is making daily life difficult for you, Contact Us Today at Coral Springs, FL Center for an appointment. We will determine if splinting could be beneficial to you, and we’ll get you started on the path toward long-lasting relief.

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