VICKY MOITOSO, OTR/L, CHT

  • Phone: 401-459-4001
  • Location(s): Ortho Rhode Island - Foundry
  • Areas of Interest: Hand Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Sports Medicine

Vicki joined the practice in 2010 after earning her B.S. in Occupational Therapy from Dominican College in 2000 and passin gher Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) exam in 2009. She has completed extensive continuing education coursework in hand therapy, wound care, manual lymph drainage techniques of the upper extremity, diagnostic techniques and rehabilitation of wrist, joint mobilization of the upper extremity, immobilization and mobilization splinting, work-related repetitive stress injuries of the upper extremity, and ergonomics. For over ten years, she has served as a clinical instructor to both Occupational Therapy Assistants and Occupational Therapy students during their Level 1 and Level 2 clinical affiliations. Throughout her career Victoria has treated patients in a variety of settings including both Inpatient and Outpatient Hospital settings, Work Hardening programs, and Outpatient Hand Therapy clinics.

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Oh Baby, It’s Cold Outside!!!

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February 16, 2017 / Hand Therapy Healthcare News Physical Therapy / Vicki Moitoso

The Functional Capacity Evaluation and Work Conditioning Programs at Ortho RI, Foundry Division

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September 16, 2016 / Interesting / Vicki Moitoso

The Only Constant in Life is Change

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