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Scarring is a natural part of the healing process, but the amount of scar tissue that develops is dependent on the severity and location of the injury. Some individuals are genetically predisposed to laying down thicker scar tissue. Thick, raised scars (called hypertrophic or keloid scars) can restrict movement and appear unsightly. Other problems created by scarring include: pain, hypersensitivity

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OA general

Osteoarthritis has been called “joint wear and tear” or “degenerative” arthritis. Osteoarthritis can occur in any joint in the body but most commonly occurs in

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Ganglion cyst

A ganglion cyst is a lump that forms near joints or tendons. A ganglion is filled with the clear thick fluid that is inside our

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Our team of 12 hand therapists have undergraduate degrees in physiotherapy or occupational therapy and have all completed a post graduate qualification in hand and upper limb therapy. Together we have a total of over 150 years of experience in hand therapy!