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Hand Pain

If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you are in the right place!

It’s commonplace to assume that hand pain is a minor issue and that it will resolve by itself. It’s also typical to attribute it to “excessive typing” or that it’s just a “workplace hazard” everyone deals with at some point in their career.

If this sounds familiar, rest assured, you’re not alone. We encounter such concerns frequently.

In fact, hand pain in professionals who heavily rely on computer work is a common problem we see in our clinic.

Before Coming Into Theragurus, Many Of Our Patients Suffering From Hand Pain Are Told…

  • Just “rest” or cut down on typing and it’ll go away (then months later they’re still suffering…).
  • It’s “normal” for your job and you just have to deal with it.
  • Just take some pills and you’ll be able to work comfortably for the rest of your career.
  • Surgery and injections are the only options.

The Truth About Hand Pain For Professionals Is…

  • Resting it doesn’t change anything. You might get a small temporary relief, but then when you start working again, you’ll still be suffering from hand pain and stiffness (I bet you’ve already experienced it!).
  • It’s not normal to get hand pain and stiffness from regular work tasks!
  • Pain pills are addicting, dangerous, and can cause a lot of other problems with your body.
  • Surgery and injections are not the only options. It’s just the only option your doctor can offer you.

With so many options out there, it can be overwhelming to know exactly what you should do when you’re facing a hand injury.
A specific exercise routine your colleague suggested that worked for them but isn’t working for you.
Seeing yet another healthcare professional, but their advice or treatment didn’t seem to help.
Following the “experts” online who recommend certain exercises, but all they did was aggravate the pain.
Trying a different keyboard or mouse, but your hand pain persisted or even worsened.
All while the doctor suggests you rest and take some pills.
When It Comes To Addressing Something Serious Like Hand Pain And Stiffness…
You must choose the right provider for your health.

If you don’t, you could end up needing invasive surgery (when it was unnecessary) or become dependent on painkillers. Getting the “least-invasive”, most natural treatment is VITAL to you ending your hand pain and stiffness and preventing its return.

To do this, you need a provider who is willing to understand WHY the pain happened in the first place.

That’s when you’ll get a PERMANENT solution to your problems.

We Offer A Hands-On Approach To Your Wellness Using Our Theragurus 3-Step Method.

STEP 1:Find The Real Cause Of Your Pain

We’ll take you through a comprehensive biomechanical assessment and identify the cause of your problem. Then we’ll explain what must be done to get you back to full productivity and back to the tasks you excel at.

STEP 2:Fix Your Problem Areas

We’ll develop a treatment plan that will be tailored specifically to you and your career goals. This will allow us to get you stronger, pain-free, and on track to reach your professional aspirations more effectively and efficiently.

STEP 3:Reach Peak Performance

Once we get you back to working pain free, we’ll implement strategies to help you perform at an even higher level than you were prior to your injury. We’ll also implement strategies to “bulletproof” your body to decrease the likelihood of future injuries occurring.
Click Here To See Our 3-Step process
Finally Get Rid Of Your Hand Pain And Keep It From Coming Back!
At Theragurus we can help you to…
Get back to performing your regular work activities without significant time off.
Increase your productivity and push your career to the next level.
Make your pre-injury work life today’s reality.
Our best clients are those who are motivated and ready to reclaim their productive lifestyle. (Even if they feel stuck right now!)

You don’t have to sacrifice your work efficiency over problems that can be fixed.

Let’s schedule a time to chat about how you can regain your work efficiency.

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