Losing the use of a hand or wrist puts the brakes on daily activity. Our Certified Hand Therapists (CHTs) and orthopedic hand specialists have advanced training and extensive clinical knowledge that can restore function through a range of treatments.

Treatment options vary by patient, severity of injury and diagnosis. Conservative options such as rest, pain medication, and hand/wrist therapy should always be investigated. Other common hand/wrist treatments can include injections or surgery.

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Pain in the Brain

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September 27, 2018/ Hand Therapy Hand/Wrist / Vicki Moitoso

Retraining the Brain using a Mirror Box

I know this sounds a little far fetched but the results can be dramatic. Using the mirror box as part of certain protocols and in conjunction with other therapeutic interventions, we have had good success increasing pain free range of motion with many of our patients. We have used the mirror box with a variety of patients and found it to be most effective with patients whose

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June 7, 2018/ Hand Therapy Hand/Wrist / Dr. Anthony Deluise

Celebrate Hand Therapy Week!

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April 23, 2018/ Hand Therapy Interesting / Dr. Anthony Deluise

April is Occupation Therapy Month!!!!!

There are many common responses when asked “What is Occupational Therapy? Or “What does an Occupational Therapist do?” Most people believe that occupational therapy or a therapist will help them find a job. That is not the case. Occupation is usually always thought of as.....

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April 19, 2018/ Ankle & Foot Hand Therapy Hand/Wrist Osteoarthritis / Casey Ashby

Living with Arthritis Pain Seminar: Key Takeaways

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March 29, 2018/ Elbow Hand Therapy Hand/Wrist / Michelle Choquette

Hand Therapy Demystified

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January 11, 2018/ Hand/Wrist Health Interesting / Vicki Moitoso

Oh Baby, It’s Cold Outside!!!

While we are currently getting a break from the cold, frigid temperatures of winter, we still have a long way to go before spring makes its appearance. In light of just how cold it has been recently, it seemed like a good time to review the signs and symptoms of frostbite and hypothermia and how to protect against them, as well as those who are at the greatest risk.

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December 21, 2017/ Hand Therapy Health Physical Therapy / Dr. Anthony Deluise

Should I Use Ice or Heat?

Hot and cold therapy can be extremely effective for a number of conditions and injuries as long as they are applied for the right reasons and for the appropriate amount of time.

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December 14, 2017/ Hand Therapy Knee Pain Physical Therapy Shoulder Tendonitis / Dr. Jeffrey Kozlik

Kinesiology Tape: Fake, Fad or Functional?

I remember when kinesiology tape exploded in popularity across the United States. It was during the 2008 Summer Olympics and the popular women’s beach volleyball team of Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor were battling their way to another gold medal in Beijing.  At the time, Kerri Walsh was recovering from a rotator cuff injury and was using kinesiology tape to support her shoulder during ....

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