Receive the Supportive Treatment You NeedA hand or wrist injury can hinder many of your everyday activities, such as getting dressed, driving, or working. To help you return to those day-to-day tasks, it’s important to treat your underlying condition and to improve your hand's overall function. Occupational therapy is often an important element in achieving that outcome.
Occupational Therapy Helps Improve Your Everyday Life
Occupational therapists help improve your hand and wrist function, so that you can resume the activities that are important to you. MHS OTs have decades of specialized experience in hand and wrist therapy. They will carefully assess both your injury and your goals before tailoring the best therapy plan for your needs. Your therapy plan may include exercises to strengthen your hand and increase its mobility, as well as adaptive equipment to make activities easier. Your MHS therapist may also review your home and workplace and recommend lifestyle changes to reduce the likelihood that your injury reoccurs.
Treatment Tailored to Your Needs
MHS occupational therapists are experts in the most effective methods to improve the use of your hands, including:
- Custom Splinting
- Wound Care
- Edema Control
- Activities of Daily Living
- Joint Conservation Techniques
- Casting Motion
- Work Station Modifications
- Strengthening Programs
- Pain Management
- Scar Remodeling
- Sensory Re-education
- Joint Mobilization
Collaborative Care Is the Most Effective Care
MHS occupational therapists and physicians work together to provide the complete care you need for your hand or wrist injury. Our therapy staff works on-site at each of our three locations, allowing you the convenience of seeing your physician and therapist at the same office. Call us today at 630-359-6888, or complete our online form to request an appointment, so we can determine the treatment plan that is right for you.