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30+ Hand Therapy Exercises after Stroke

Use these hand therapy exercises to regain fine motor skills after stroke. This ultimate guide contains hand exercises suitable for every mobility level.

Dupuytren's Recurrence flexor muscles and Tendons of left Hand

A personal account of problems encountered with Dupuytren's surgery and an examination of the causes of subsequent recurrence

How to relieve hand arthritis in occupational therapy

Its Your Arthritis, You Can Take Control

HAND Finger Anatomy                                                       …

I just stared at my index finger like I discovered its alternate personality.

This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist.

***Thần kinh TRỤ*** This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist.

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How To Self Massage Using Shiatsu Technique

This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist. Yo...

This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist.

separation of the sides of the hand activity with sponges.

Separation of the Sides of the Hand Activity

Kids can work on separation of the sides of the hand activity while addressing precision of grasp and power grasp needed for holding a pencil.

trigger point referral pain patterns for the hand & wrist

Now my cast is off, time for some acupressure: trigger point referral pain patterns for the hand & wrist

Anatomy of the hand! Repinned by http://ottoolkit.com your source for geriatric occupational therapy resources.

The scaphoid bone is the most fractured carpal bone. The lunate is the most subluxated (displaced). The capitate is the first carpal bone to ossify (harden) and the pisiform is the last.

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