A qualified hand therapist can identify problems unique to the upper extremities and can effectively treat and rehabilitate patient with conditions that may be the result of an accident or trauma such as fractures, wounds, burns, lacerated or injured tendons and nerves, or amputation of fingers or hands. A hand therapist also works with patients who are disabled from repetitive motion disorders such as cubital tunnel, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome and conditions such as arthritis and neurological problems.
Your session will start with a thorough evaluation soon after your injury or surgery. A treatment and rehabilitation plan is tailored to each specific patient's needs. Our focus is on providing a continuum of care throughout the recovery process while valuing the importance of one-on-one time with each patient. Our goal is for all patients to return to as normal and productive of lifestyle as possible.
- Bremerton: Scott Richards, PT
- Poulsbo Village Med Ctr: Ron Mimaki, PT
- Port Orchard: John Carlson, PT
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