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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

Written by Steve Flathers, Published on May 31, 2017

OT and wound care is often only skimmed in occupational therapy education.

This is unfortunate because OTs offer a unique perspective on wound care. OTs have a keen understanding of how a wound will affect a patient, as we excel at understanding our patients' individual needs, limitations, and adaptabilities.

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Topics:Clinicalpatientswound care

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