What do we do?
Our team of physical and occupational therapists have experience in treating a variety of upper extremity conditions ranging from repetitive motion disorders (carpal tunnel syndrome) to major tendon repairs utilizing manual techniques and static and dynamic splinting.
A hand therapist works with patients who may have been affected by an accident or trauma leaving them with wounds, scars, burns, injured tendons or nerves, fractures, or even amputation of the finger, hands, or arms.
A hand therapist also treats patients who are disabled from the affects of repetitive motion disorders such as tennis elbow or carpal tunnel syndrome.
Many patients seek the care of a hand therapist also suffer from such chronic problems as arthritis or a neurological condition.
A hand therapist works with the patient in any situation to provide a continuum of care. This often starts within days of the injury or surgery right through the patient's return to work and / or productive lifestyle.
What are the rates of your services?
Please contact our office as we accept most insurance companies and worker's compensation plans. We also have self-pay rates if you don't have insurance.
Are you licensed?
We utilize only licensed therapists that graduated from accredited colleges and universities.