Intro to Hand Therapy Course Review

The hand has always been a weak area of mine, anatomy, treatment, the whole 9 yards. Thus, I was inspired to take an Intro to Hand Therapy Class taught by Patricia Roholt, a certified hand therapist (CHT) with 30+ years of experience.  The intent of this class was to provide a broad overview of all things hand therapy.  We dove into hand anatomy, evaluation, treatment, splinting, and specific conditions. My favorites parts were the anatomy, evaluation, and splinting sections. All of these areas were weak points of mine, and I definitely achieved quite a bit of clarity with these concepts. P-Ro is an absolute monster when it comes to splint making, and I loved all the tricks up her sleeve she had to make effective splints. It’s an area I’d like to dive into a bit more. if the above areas are what you consider to be a hole in your game, I’d consider checking out her online offerings to see if her courses would be right for you. Check out the full review in the video below. Once you got my final verdict, check out some of the meaningful highlights in the notes below. Hand Anatomy Let’s look at some of the fascinating anatomy that accompanies the hand. The Carpal Bones Laying your anatomy foundation starts with carpal bone appreciation, and the potential accompanying clinical problems. As you can see, there are two rows of carpals. In the proximal row, the scaphoid and lunate articulate with the radius, and

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