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Written by Rafael Salazar II, Published on June 12, 2018

So maybe you went into Occupational Therapy knowing that you wanted to be a hand therapist. Maybe you went into OT thinking that you’d like to end up treating complex post—surgical diagnoses of the upper extremity (UE). Heck, maybe you went into OT thinking you wanted to go into pediatrics, but then became enamored with the idea of UE orthopedic rehabilitation on a fieldwork (it’s happened before).

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Topics:CareersnetworkingNew gradoccupational therapy specialtyupper extremity

Written by Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi, Published on April 5, 2018

I was lucky enough to interview Rafael Salazar, a consulting OT in Georgia, Member of the State OT Board, and owner of Rehab U Practice Solutions. Here's a bit about him:

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Topics:Careersconsultinginterviewnon-clinical careersUEupper extremity

Written by Julia McVicker, Published on December 19, 2017

Hand therapists are leading the charge in terms of functional return of the upper extremity.

When it comes to hand therapists, who better than OTs to evaluate, treat, and train clients with upper extremity injuries? In the bustling field of orthopedics, occupational therapists are claiming their rightful niche.

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Topics:best hand therapistschtClinicaleducationhand therapisthand therapistshand therapyhand therapy salarymental healthorthoupper extremitywound care

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