We treat more than just body parts. We work with the whole person. In this category we will be discussing a holistic approach to treating hand therapy injuries. In addition, we will cover how therapists can maintain a holistic balance for themselves.
By: Maddie Mott Wound healing involves a complex series of interactions between different cell types, cytokine mediators, and the extracellular matrix with its four basic stages including hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and remodeling (Mackay & Miller,…Read post »
By Brittany Day Nutrition and Wound Healing Nutrition plays an important function in the biological factors that contribute to normal wound healing. Patients without nutrient dense diets may experience diminished cell production, collagen synthesis, and…Read post »
Blog By: Rachel Reed As hand therapists, our care for our patients must be driven by the goal of treating the whole person, not just their hand or injury (Hannah, 2011). Occupational therapy is a…Read post »
Do you know the secret ingredient to recovering from an injury? I will give you a hint it is 5 letters and begins with the letter S. SLEEP This is for you to share with…Read post »
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