A painful or injured hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder can involve many of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, joints and bones of a person's upper extremity. Your physician may recommend therapy as part of your treatment plan to regain as much function as possible as a result of an injury, surgery or disease.
At the Parker Adventist Center for Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine, patients needing hand therapy receive outstanding continuity of care and optimal outcomes through a multidisciplinary team approach to treatment.
Our certified hand therapists have extensive training and expertise that enables them to design individualized therapy plans to help patients reduce the risk of re-injury and to restore function in the shortest time period possible in a cost-effective manner.
Conditions appropriate for hand therapy include, but are not limited to:
- Traumatic injuries of tendons, ligaments, nerves, joints and bones
- Cumulative trauma disorders such as tenosynovitis, nerve compressions (carpal tunnel) and painful syndromes
- Congenital abnormalities
- Pain syndromes
- We offer the following hand therapy treatments:
- Wound and scar management
- Swelling control
- Pain management
- Sensory re-education
- Range-of-motion and strengthening exercises
- Activity of daily living training
To schedule an appointment, please call 303-269-4590