McLaren Bay Region's Comprehensive Hand Rehabilitation Program gives strength, and agility to traumatized hands
|Mary Mosher, OTRL, CHT,
works with a patient
Our Comprehensive Hand Rehabilitation Program was established to treat patients with hand and upper extremity injuries.
Types of injuries treated include:
- Cumulative Trauma Injuries
- Hand and wrist fractures
- Ligament Injuries
- Nerve Injuries
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Post Surgical Tendon Repairs
- Trigger Finger
- Traumatic Hand Injuries
Our Comprehensive Hand Rehabilitation Program offers the highest quality of care. Our Certified Hand Therapist has over 30 years of experience in treating hand injuries. Our clinic has a dedicated hand therapy room equipped with state-of- the-art equipment and splinting supplies. The BTE Stimulator II (Baltimore Therapeutic E, Baltimore Therapeutic Exercise Co.) allows the patient to strengthen their muscles for almost any functional activities. The BTE uses computer-controlled resistance and various attachments to duplicate nearly any task. The Greenleaf Hand Evaluation System allows for comprehensive documentation within minutes, including a full color report, photographic capability of the injured hand and full color graphs that show functional improvement during therapy.
Treatment may include:
- Use of modalities (ultrasound, phonophoresis, electrical stimulation, paraffin)
- Therapeutic exercise and range of motion
- Coordination activities
- Splinting-Designing and fabricating hand splints
- Edema Control
- Wound Care
- Work Conditioning
*Mary Mosher is a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) with over 30 yrs of experience. She currently works at the Center for Rehabilitation on the West Campus.
For more information on our Hand Rehabilitation Services, you can contact us at:
Center for Rehabilitation
McLaren Bay Region West Campus
3190 E. Midland Rd.
Bay City, MI 48706
Phone: (989) 667-6600
Fax: (989) 667-6610