hand therapy miami

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People often think hand therapy is painful – which is why they wait until “it gets better”.

Recently, one of our clients came in after breaking a bone in her hand. She had one of those ER casts with the bandage wrap. It was huge – covered her fingers, hand, and wrist.  

She came in for her first visit to our Miami hand therapy clinic – skeptical and worried about the worst possible situation. That she would be in worse pain when leaving.

I was able to assure her based on her fracture, that what we needed to do was create a custom fitted orthosis (i.e. splint) that will fit like a glove and actually help her be in less pain and have more movement and ability to use her hand.

She told me she had heard terrible things about hand therapy and how painful it was even though she herself had never been through it. Which CAN be true if you go to typical mill clinics where you are sitting around with 3-4 other people wasting time and leaving more painful.

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Here at Hands-on Therapy Services – hand therapy DOESN’T have to hurt!

We will help you make decisions on when you should get started, how often you need to come based on your injury and goals, and help you as much as you need to get the best possible results.

Yes….our client left HAPPIER than when she came in, her hand light, free to type and drive, and she even had less pain.

If you had a hand injury or surgery – give us a call to find out what’s possible for you. 

CLICK HERE to speak with a specialist and learn how we can help you.

CLICK HERE to request a free Discovery Visit and see for yourself how Hands-on Therapy can help you:) 

Written by Hoang Tran

About the author – Hoang Tran

Hoang Tran is a hand therapist in Miami, the owner of Hands-on Therapy Services and author of the book “The Hands-On Approach”. She loves helping people with hand and shoulder problems, because she knows how bad and debilitating they can get if not addressed and treated properly (once and for all!). 

The aim of her occupational therapy for broken wrist in Miami is to bring patients back to full functionality, without pills, injections or surgery. If you would like more information about the services call her team at 786-615-9879, visit handsots.com or schedule an appointment here. In these difficult times, we are here to help. Telehealth and online sessions are available!

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.