Nerve Injuries

About Nerve Injuries
There are many nerves traveling along the elbow, forearm, wrist and hand. With injuries to the hand, wrist, forearm or elbow, nerve damage can result. Symptoms may be mild such as mild numbness, tingling or abnormal temperature feelings. In severe cases, muscle function and paralysis can occur.

Many nerve injuries occur because of overuse and chronic swelling. This doesn't allow proper circulation to flow to the nerves, affecting their functioning. Poor posture while doing common activities generally causes overuse injuries and chronic swelling. If you have significant nerve sensations into your arm, wrist or hand, it is important to follow up with us and your physician.

How physical therapy helps
Physical therapy is very important to the healing aspect of nerve injuries. Whether mild from a small injury or severe after surgery, our experts work with you and your physician to facilitate your recovery.

The emphasis of physical therapy is on removing pressure from around the nerve by restoring normal tissue movement, joint movement and range of motion. Our hands-on therapy serves to soothe and improve circulation, while stimulating nerves to restore normal function. Call us today to discover how we help relieve your nerve pain and restore normal function.

Our locations

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  • Barefoot Bay

    8000 Ron Beatty Blvd.
    Micco, FL 32976
    321-802-5807
  • Indian Harbour Office

    2030 S Patrick Dr Ste 3
    Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937
    321-802-5806
  • Viera/Rockledge Office

    5445 Murrell Rd Ste 105
    Viera, FL 32955
    321-802-5807
  • Melbourne Office

    709 S Harbor City Blvd Ste 100
    Melbourne, FL 32901
    321-802-5810
  • Suntree Office

    6300 N Wickham Rd Ste 116
    Melbourne, FL 32940
    321-802-5813
  • West Melbourne/Palm Bay

    4311 Norfolk Pkwy Ste 116
    West Melbourne, FL 32904
    321-802-5816