Hand/Wrist Rehabilitation Program
At Good Shepherd’s Hand/Wrist Rehabilitation Program, our goal is to ease your pain and get you back to work – or back to your everyday activities – as soon as possible.
We rely on state-of-the-art technology, combined with personal care, to restore your hands and upper extremities to their maximum level of function following injury or disease.
Levels of care:
- Hand/wrist rehabilitation is available on an as needed basis for individuals in Good Shepherd’s four inpatient facilities.
- Hand and wrist rehabilitation is available on an outpatient basis at several Good Shepherd locations.
- Good Shepherd's Pediatrics Program is available for children with hand or wrist injuries.
- Good Shepherd offers numerous wellness programs, including fitness opportunities, that could benefit individuals with hand or wrist injuries.
Good Shepherd’s hand specialists monitor each patient with Dexter, a computerized hand evaluation system, which measures and tracks range of motion, sensation, power, motivation and endurance.
Good Shepherd’s Hand/Wrist Rehabilitation Program specializes in rehabilitation for:
- Brachial plexus injuries
- Crush injuries
- Dupuytren's disease
- Nerve repair
- Repetitive motion/cumulative syndromes
- Tendon repair
- Wrist instabilities
Services available at Good Shepherd’s Hand/Wrist Rehabilitation Program:
- Acute hand rehabilitation
- AMA-approved impairment evaluation
- Burn garment measurement
- Computerized hand evaluation
- Prosthetic management
- State-of-the-art splinting
- Thermal and electrical modalities
- Work hardening
- Wound management