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Advice from a Certified Hand Therapist: How a Therapist Can Help with Hand Trauma
November 19, 2021

The majority of hand traumas are work-related, but upper extremity injuries can occur anywhere: at home, during sports, at school and out in public. Injuries can result from car accidents, falls, crushing trauma, lacerations, punctures, bites, and burns which can lead to extensive damage to your hand. Fractures, dislocations or ligament injuries, lacerations causing tendon and/or nerve injury and amputations can result from these traumas, affecting daily use of our hands.
Causes and Treatment of Trigger Finger, a Common Hand Problem
Many people have heard of certain common conditions that affect the hand. However, few actually understand what is happening inside their body to produce a given problem or set of symptoms. Here are the causes and treatment options for trigger finger.
September 6, 2021
Advice from a Certified Hand Therapist: Upper Extremity Injuries Related to Drug Injection
Many therapists and surgeons see people with hand and upper extremity injuries related to a drug injection. These injuries can be challenging to treat not only because they are complex and can be very serious, but also because of the psychological and social aspects related to drug use.
August 23, 2021
Are osteoporosis and distal radius fractures related?
Recent research has shed more light on patients with osteoporosis and distal radius fractures. This article is meant to provide information for patients to help guide decision making when it comes to this multifaceted problem.
August 2, 2021
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