Occupational therapists at the Mills-Peninsula Hand Therapy Clinic can help you recover from conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress injuries, fractures, arthritis, crush injuries, reattachments, nerve injuries, tendon repairs and joint reconstruction procedures.
Your occupational therapist can help you regain strength and function in your hands, wrists and elbows while protecting them from further injury or strain. We offer therapeutic exercises and procedures, ergonomic modifications, custom static and dynamic splint fabrication, prosthetic training, and stretching and relaxation techniques to help you recuperate.
Our occupational therapists are either certified hand therapists or have completed advanced education in hand injury and dysfunction management. They use a comprehensive approach to treat hand injuries and upper extremity dysfunctions, working one-on-one with you to restore health, decrease pain and improve function. Patient education and self-management strategies are key components of your treatment plan.
If you are experiencing repetitive strain symptoms due to extracurricular or work-related activities, our therapists will address ergonomic solutions, posture, tissue tension and specific therapeutic exercises.
For information or to schedule an appointment, contact Outpatient Rehabilitation at (650) 696-4315.