• Comprehensive Hand and Rehab
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    Missi went above and beyond to get my hand back to normal!
    Pat A.
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    The staff was nice and they genuinely cared for their patients!
    Amanda L.
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    They take great pride in helping me achieve my goals, overall a first class staff!
    Karen L.

Our Clinics

Rochester Hills
Troy
Waterford
Bloomfield Hills

Comprehensive Hand & Rehabilitation

Hand therapy is the art and science of rehabilitation of upper quarter of the human body.

It is the merging of occupational therapy and physical therapy theory and practice that combines compressive knowledge of the upper quarter, body function, and activity. Using specialized skills and assessment and treatment, hand therapists promote the goals of the prevention of dysfunction, restoration of function, and/or reversal of the progression of pathology in order to enhance participation in life situations for individuals with upper quarter disease or injury.

Melissa Daul OTRL, CHT

Commonly treated diagnosis

The following services are just a fraction of what we offer.

What We Do

Finger

Finger injuries are often painful.  They require the skill of a Certified Hand Therapist because the anatomy is small and complex.

  •  Fracture
  •  Amputation
  •  Crush Injury
  •  Tendon Injury
  •  Trigger Injury

What We Do

Hand

Hand injuries often occur after trauma. Many times patients have swelling. Certified Hand Therapists help decrease swelling and get the patient completing safe range of motion.

  •  Metacarpal fracture
  •  Ligament Injury
  •  DeQuervains
  •  Degloving injuries
  •  Dupuytrens

What We Do

Wrist

The wrist is complicated. It has eight small bones that are responsible or 50% of the range of motion as well as many tendon and important nerves and blood vessels.

  •  Wrist fracture
  •  Wrist tendonitis
  •  Carpal tunnel Syndrome
  •  Ganglion Cyst
  •  Carpal bone Dysfunction/instability

What We Do

Elbow

The elbow is a hinge joint. There are some vital ligaments that support the elbow. In addition the ulnar nerve can be susceptible to injury. The wrist flexors and extensors originate at the elbow.

  •  Tennis Elbow
  •  Golfers Elbow
  •  Cubital Tunnel
  •  Ligament injury
  •  Fracture

What We Do

Shoulder

Many degenerative changes occur in the rotator cuff. The muscles are small and have decreased blood supply. Trauma to the shoulder is often common due to falls, and sporting injuries. The Certified Hand Therapist can help to increase range of motion, strength, and function.

  •  Bursitis
  •  Frozen shoulder
  •  Rotator cuff
  •  Humerus fracture
  •  Bicep repair

Our Therapists

Meet our team of wonderful therapists.

Lisa Goble

OTRL, CHT

Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist

Melissa Daul 

OTRL, CHT 

Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist

 

Jennifer Phillips

OTRL, CHT

Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist

 

Ellen Konsol

OTRL

Occupational Therapist

 

Valentina Calmac

OTRL, CHT

Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist

 

Karen Leoncio

OTRL

Occupational Therapist