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Have you had a jarred finger?
What is a finger sprain?

Have you ever jarred your finger playing sport or got your finger caught doing everyday things? A finger sprain is a ligament injury to a finger joint, most commonly the middle (PIP) joint. It may be swollen and painful, restricting movement; there may or may not be bruising. An X-ray can be performed to make …

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What is a finger sprain?
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Ball hit finger playing sport?
What is a finger avulsion fracture?

Have you sustained an avulsion fracture of a finger joint whilst playing sport?  These injuries are common in ball sports when there has been an impact between a finger and the ball; such as netball, AFL, basketball or cricket. The finger will swell and may become bruised, making it difficult to move and perform your …

Ball hit finger playing sport?
What is a finger avulsion fracture?
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Happy Holidays Everyone!

Castle Hill Hand Therapy wishes our patients, their families and the residents of The Hills District a Christmas that is merry and bright. Thank you for your continued support and for trusting Castle Hill Hand Therapy to care for you. Hoping the new year brings you happiness, rejuvenation and excellent health. The practice will reopen …

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Online Video Consultations
Why are they great for you?

Online video consultations are here to stay. They are proving to be safe, convenient, timely and effective. Castle Hill Hand Therapy provides a high quality assessment and successful treatment online ensuring you achieve timely and maximal results. Rest assured, Belinda has performed hundreds of online consultations, with excellent results and great feedback. Be warned, this …

Online Video Consultations
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