Hand & Upper Limb Therapy
Hand and upper limb therapy is often provided by a physiotherapist who specialises in the rehabilitation of patients with conditions affecting the hands and upper limb.A hand therapist’s high level of specialization requires advanced post-graduate education and clinical experience. This enables him or her to help patients return to a productive lifestyle following injury, disease or deformity affecting the hand.An experienced hand therapist can evaluate and identify problems affecting the upper limbs. He or she can provide advice regarding exercise, preventative care, aids to daily living and ergonomic consultation.A hand therapist often works alongside surgeons, planning and implementing post-operative care in order to hasten patients’ recovery following surgery. British Association of hand Therapists
Hand & Upper Limb Therapy Fees
Initial assessment and treatment (up to 60mins)
Standard Subsequent Consultation
Follow-up review and treatment (approx. 30mins)
Extended Subsequent Consultation
Follow-up review and treatment (approx. 60mins)
Custom-made splints and accessories
Wound and scar care products
Multisession passes are available for purchase in blocks of 5 or 10 sessions and offer a discount on the equivalent single session fees. Passes are not currently available to purchase online. Please contact the clinic by phone or email.
Private Medical Insurance
We are registered with most major private medical insurers and may be able to directly invoice your insurer on your behalf. See our FAQs for more information. Please note that most insurers do not cover the cost of splints or wound care products. Payment for these (if needed) will be required at time of your appointment.