Arthritis in Bardonia
Our experienced and certified physical therapists and occupational therapists are sensitive to the needs of our patients when they are in pain and requiring help. At The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center, we treat patients of all ages suffering from a variety of injuries and conditions. Whether you suffer from back pain, post-surgical soreness, post-partum discomfort, or mobility and balance issues, we have specialized programs for your relief and recovery. We are also proud to offer our patients customized program of care when needing Bardonia hand therapy.
Those patients suffering from arthritis may be especially interested in hand therapy. In fact, one in five adults in the United States report having doctor-diagnosed arthritis, and nearly all of them could benefit from Bardonia hand therapy. If arthritis in your hands is limiting your activities, The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center can help. Our hand therapy services are provided by licensed hand therapists. Our program aims to restore the highest level of function for patients with impairments of the elbow, forearm, wrist and hand. Our occupational therapists use a client-centered evaluation to identify the deficits and patient strengths in order to facilitate the ability to perform self-care, home management, work duties and leisure activities. A home exercise program will be individually developed for patients to continue their recovery and become independent with their treatment.
If you would like to learn more about the conditions treated by our Bardonia hand therapists, we highly recommend that you visit our practice’s main website to browse through some additional, detailed information that you might find useful. If you have any specific questions or concerns about hand therapy for treatment of arthritis of the hand that we can help you with, or if you’re interested in receiving care from us, please do not hesitate to contact the staff here directly. We look forward to working with you on your road to recovery.