Hand Therapy and Splinting
The SE Rehab Health Hand Therapy Program provides assessment, therapy, and education to individuals who have sustained an injury (trauma, repetitive strain injuries, or disease/disability process) to their upper extremity.
Services are provided by Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists experienced in hand therapy. The therapist’s main therapeutic activities include splinting, wound management and healing, pain management, sensation retraining, strengthening, improving range of motion and management of swelling with the goal to optimize function and independence in everyday activities with the injured extremity.
SE Rehab Health is a preferred rehab partner for Mackenzie Health. The hand therapists work closely with Mackenzie Health surgeons to ensure seamless therapy services and optimal outcomes for Mackenzie Health patients. The SE Rehab Health Hand Therapy Program also accepts community referrals, including referrals from Family Physicians and other hospitals in the community.
- Private Pay (extended health benefits, or out of pocket);
- Motor Vehicle Accident Insurance;
- Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB); and
- Publically Funded Services (based on specific criteria from The Ministry of Health).