Treatment for finger, hand and wrist pain and dysfunction.

Have you suffered an injury to this area of your body? Have you had an acute injury? Do you have chronic pain or problems with grip or fine motor skills? Hand therapy can offer a diagnosis and treatment to help you return to the highest possible level of function.

What is a Certified Hand Therapist?

Certified Hand Therapists (CHTs) are specialized clinicians with detailed knowledge and training in the anatomy and function of the hand and wrist. CHTs are equipped to treat a wide variety of conditions including degenerative, traumatic, and non-traumatic injuries.

Conditions we treat include:

  • Hand and finger fractures
  • Sport injuries
  • Sprains and strains
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Arthritis
  • De Quervain’s tenosynovitis
  • Tendonitis
  • And more

What does a hand therapist provide?

Our hand therapists begin with a joint-specific functional assessment to establish a diagnosis and gather objective measures to track progress before beginning treatment. They are then able to provide specific treatments including:

  • Splinting
  • Scar massage
  • Desensitization treatments
  • Joint mobilization
  • Swelling management
  • Range of motion and strength exercises
  • Return-to-work and function exercises


One-on-one hand therapy with a Certified Hand Therapist
A typical hand therapy session includes education on your condition, advice on condition management, manual therapy and exercises, any other appropriate treatment modalities (such as ultrasound, heat treatment, electrical stimulation, etc.), and instruction on exercises to do at home. Custom bracing and splinting can also be done at this appointment if needed

Initial assessment and treatment: $130
45 – 60 minute initial visit

Follow-up treatment: $110
30 – 45 minute session

Our hand therapy services are provided by an Occupational Therapist and this service is not covered by all insurance plans. We recommend you contact to your benefits provider to see if these services are covered through your plan. Additionally, your insurance provider will require a Physicians note to access Occupational Therapy and custom bracing and splinting services. We are able to direct bill most insurance companies if you are eligible for these services, please contact us if you have questions regarding direct billing for a specific company.

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