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Hand therapists (also referred to as occupational therapists) specialize in conditions affecting hands and upper extremities. Becoming a hand therapist includes advanced training to treat patients through post-surgical rehabilitation, hand injuries that do not require surgery, conservative treatments, preventive measures, and work-related consultations. Hand therapy often continues even after a patient returns to work or their normal daily activities.
Treating hand pain with occupational therapy can result in:
Licensed hand therapists at Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy work with you to prevent hand injuries, improve hand functions after surgery or injury, and get you back to feeling like yourself again. Our hand therapists will work with you one-on-one to design a custom hand treatment plan specifically for your injury or condition.
Schedule your appointment today at an Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy location near you to learn more about hand therapy.