Occupational Therapy: Eliminate Pain, Restore Motion, Make You Stronger

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Why should I go to Occupational Therapy?

When you are having difficulty doing the things you’d like to do at home, at work or at play you should go to Occupational Therapy. An Occupational Therapist (OT) can help your body get back it’s range of motion, can help in getting your pain down or help make you stronger so that you can get back to doing those activities in life that are meaningful for you to do.

What does an Occupational Therapy look like at Armworks Hand Therapy?

The Occupational Therapy team at Armworks specializes in treatment of the elbow, wrist and hand.  These therapists are your guide and use a combination their skills in treatment as well as educating you as a patient in the ways of success for the healing of your elbow, wrist and hand injury.

What types of injuries does Occupational Therapy work with?

Our Occupational Therapy team works on a variety of elbow, wrist and hand injuries that can happen while at work, at home, while doing something fun away from work and home.   They can be a result of  a fall, of an accident or a sports injury.   At Armworks Hand Therapy we work on injuries involving the bones, tendons, nerves, joints and ligaments of the elbow, the wrist and the hand.  An example of some of the injuries that we see are tennis elbow, wrist fractures, finger fractures, wrist tendonitis, wound care and carpal tunnel syndrome.  We also see patients that have had hand surgery to repair cut tendons, nerves or vessels.

What is the difference between Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy?

Our Occupational Therapy team works on a variety of elbow, wrist and hand injuries that can happen while at work, at home, while doing something fun away from work and home. They can be a result of a fall, of an accident or a sports injury. At Armworks Hand Therapy we work on injuries involving the bones, tendons, nerves, joints and ligaments of the elbow, the wrist and the hand. An example of some of the injuries that we see are tennis elbow, wrist fractures, finger fractures, wrist tendonitis, wound care and carpal tunnel syndrome. We also see patients that have had hand surgery to repair cut tendons, nerves or vessels.

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