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Occupational Therapists are trained to treat individuals who have injuries or health related problems that limit participation with meaningful activities at home or work. They focus on exercise, manual stretching and joint mobilizations to improve the function of the muscle and joints. 


Fine motor tasks such as gripping, pinching, opening bottles/toothpaste, cutting your food, and hand writing may be affected by a weak or injured muscle/joint. Occupational therapy can work with the impairment to improve the strength or help the patient learn how to adapt or modify the movement to allow the individual to continue participation in the. OTs are problem solvers who enjoy helping people better their lives by regaining independence.


Common Diagnosis

  • Wrist & Finger Fractures

  • Flexor Tendon Lacerations

  • Arthritis Hand Pain

  • Hand Weakness

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Trigger Finger

  • DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis

  • Joint Replacements Along The Digits & Elbow

  • Neurological Conditions & Stroke Rehab

  • Spasticity Management

  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction


CMC Joint Splint

Resting Hand Splints

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