Physiotherapy for wrist, hand and elbow

Physiotherapy for wrist hand and elbow

Thomas Mitchell, director of Remedy Physio explains the clinical management of wrist and hand injuries, elbow conditions and what to expect after surgery. You can book an appointment with Thomas here. 

 

Thomas is a team leader and clinical supervisor and first contact physiotherapist for Primary Care Sheffield NHS trust, clinical lead physiotherapist for the One Health Hand Hub and private practitioner for Remedy Physio.

Thomas has been practicing physiotherapy for over 20 years, is a member of the British Association of Hand therapists and is qualified to Masters level. He worked for ten years in the elite sporting environment, with posts with the English Institute of Sport, GB Boxing, GB Wheelchair Rugby and Sheffield United Football Club. He lectures internationally on the upper limb and speaks regularly at national conferences on wrist and hand conditions. Thomas is academically active, currently engaged in a systematic review of physiotherapy for the shoulder and contributing chapters to various textbooks. He is the UK Mulligan Concept teacher providing training in the rational use of mobilisations with movement in the modern clinical environment.

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