Jennifer Ball Hand and Upper Limb Physiotherapy


How we can help !

Commonly seen conditions include: Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Dupuytren's Contracture, Trigger finger, Fractures, Mallet finger, PIP joint injuries,     Tendonitis, Sports injuries, de Quervain's Tenosynovitis, Injury post falls onto the hand, Wrist pain and instability, Ganglions, Congenital and Paediatric conditions, Musicians and Occupational Overuse, Burns, Scars (including keloids), Tendon and Nerve repairs, Nerve lesions and compressions, CRPS, Chronic Pain, Joint surgery and joint replacements, Multi-tauma and Elbows.  

Our practice is fully equipped to assess, diagnose, treat and inform you regarding your condition. We custom make splints and orthoses as well as providing a range of techniques and products to reduce swelling and scars, support your wounds, manage pain and assist recovery of mobility, strength and function.

Our five Physiotherapists bring with them many years of experience across all areas of Physiotherapy (Acute care, ICU, Musculoskeletal, Plastic surgery, Burns, Pain management, Ergonomics, Rehab and Orthopaedics) and life, ensuring that your assessment and treatment is comprehensive, caring, considerate and tailored to your particular circumstances.

We enjoy getting to know you as we journey together towards recovery, and hope that you enjoy the time with us also!  Generally, we work in teams of two, and whilst every effort is made to ensure  that you are seen by the same Physio for each visit, sometimes this may not be possible due to rostering. Our comprehensive notes and evidence based protocols, however, ensure that treatment goals remain consistent across visits.

We are committed to our profession and are active members of the APA, AHTA, ANZBA and ASHT. We have postgraduate qualifications, awards and  journal publications as well as  contributions to research, conference presentations, case meetings, teaching and training.

We are also committed and active volunteers for Interplast Australia and NewZealand, assisting our Plastic Surgical colleagues to provide free treatment for Burns and Hand trauma patients in Fiji, Vanuatu and Nepal as well as teaching, training and mentoring Physiotherapists, Doctors, Nurses  and Physio students across the Pacific and Asia.