This is your ultimate resource for ideas on treating a variety of hand therapy patient needs. These posts will help when you want some new ideas or are looking for suggestions for your case load. Modalities, manual therapy, functional tasks and home programming are all covered in this discussion of treatment planning.
How to us Kinesiology Tape for Shoulder Subluxation By: Tayler Roost What is shoulder subluxation? Shoulder subluxation is a dislocation of the glenohumeral joint. This can be classified as traumatic, non-traumatic, or neurological. A traumatic…Read post »
By: Mikayla Murphy Sensitivity and Specificity in Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) Tests in Hand Therapy Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) describes the compression of nerves, arteries, and veins as they pass through the thoracic outlet. Compression…Read post »
By: Kelsey Melton 3 Different Ways to Incorporate Weighted Balls into Treatment Sessions: Weighted balls can be incorporated into hand therapy treatment sessions in various ways. This is a great therapeutic intervention for many limitations…Read post »
By: Kelsey Melton Collis, J. M., Mayland, E. C., Wright-St Clair, V., Rashid, U., Kayes, N., & Signal, N.(2022). An evaluation of wrist and forearm movement during purposeful activities andrange of movement exercises after surgical…Read post »
The previous rapid review discussed the positive outcomes of video-augmented hand therapy after a CVA with hemiplegia. Please watch this vlog to discover how to make the video augmented box to make it easily integrated…Read post »
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