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    INJURY RECOVERY & WELLNESS HAND & OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

    hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, posture/upper body

    Free DISCOVERY VISIT

Are you suffering from an injury in your upper body? Is it impeding on your activities?

Healing Hands Therapy Center has specialized in treatment of these injuries for 20 years. I help you recover from those nagging injuries so you can stay active and resume doing the most meaningful activities in your life without relying on pain medications, rest or injections.

HAND & OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SPECIALIZATION

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Hand/ Wrist/ Elbow

an injury that involves one part of your arm can sometimes cause symptoms at the other end.

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Shoulder Injuries

Any problem with your shoulder often means trouble performing functions that require almost any kind of upper-body mobility.

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Treatment and Prevention for Musicians

9/10 musicians will experience some form of repetitive strain injury during their career.

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Sports Injuries

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a serious athlete, sports injuries are a fact of life.

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Pre Op/ Post Op Care

The two main areas of concern for anyone after an operation are loss of strength and loss of mobility.

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Manual Therapy

hands-on component of occupational therapy.

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Graston Technique

The use of tools or instruments which enables clinicians to efficiently locate and treat soft tissue adhesions and tightness.

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Cupping

As the name suggests, “cupping” involves placing several cups over strategic points on the body.

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Splinting

Splints can help improve functional use of the arm and hand, increase range of motion, decrease pain, protect structures that are healing and prevent/correct deformities. 

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Taping

Kinesiology Taping, Mulligan Taping, Athletic Taping

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Free EBooks

What kind of help do you need? 
Choose the free tips report and start your journey to recovery and getting back to living the life you love.

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Heather Mogielnicki, BFA, BS, OT/L, CHT

Heather obtained a BS in Occupational Therapy from the University of Hartford in 1998.  Heather spent  17 years working at UCONN Health Center in their Hand Therapy department and Musician’s Clinic. As a previous flutist, Heather combined her two passions……hand trauma/injuries and Music.  Heather is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists, has published multiple book reviews for the Journal of Hand Therapy and has co-authored research studies during her time at the health center. Learn more here.

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