Weak Grip & Finger Pain Treatment

Jeanetteweak grip & finger pain
Complaint:
Weak Grip and Finger Pain
Occupation:
Hospital Administrator
Age:
51
Jeanette noticed a weakened grip in her right hand, one week post-mastectomy.   The weakened grip was causing difficulty with simple tasks such as holding a pen, drinking a glass of water, and unloading the dishwasher.  Also, during her mastectomy recovery, Jeanette was experiencing pain in her right index finger.  Rather than take the wait-and-see approach toward her weak grip and finger pain, Jeanette enlisted Cath Lloyd’s massage techniques by scheduling a series of nerve-specific muscle treatment appointments.

 

Weak Grip Treatment Plan

weak grip & finger pain treatment plan

After the first three treatments, Jeanette once again had a strong grip.  After the second week, her index finger was pain-free.

Weak Grip Follow-up Plan

Call as needed to continue being pain-free.

weak grip & finger pain follow-up plan

<< Previous
Arm PainBack Ache Cancer FatigueElbow Pain NocturiaNumb Feet Shoulder Blade Pain & Cough Side Neck Pain Sprained Ankle Stress Incontinence Top of the Foot Pain Weak Grip & Finger Pain

Looking for a Cary NC Massage Therapist? [maxbutton id=”1″]

Also Available to Clients in the Raleigh-Durham Area

and available for travel to California and Florida