Alta Rehab provides individualized client focused hand and upper extremity as well as general occupational therapy sessions in our clinic or your home. Whether you have an injury, pain, decreased range of motion or strength, tingling and numbness, or decreased function in your hand, forearm, elbow, arm, or shoulder, we can help you. We also provide help with generalized weakness or decreased function in any of life’s activities or “occupations” including ADLs, work tasks, school, sports, hobbies, and socialization. We perform comprehensive evaluations to determine your strengths, areas of difficulty and deficits, and your goals to create treatment plans that are individualized for each patient. Our sessions are personalized with constant feedback from our patients provided to help you reach your goals which are most important.
Surgery is a stressful time in life with often long and painful recoveries. Surgery often causes a temporary set back or pause in life, functional abilities, and independence in performing everyday occupations. The objective of post-operative rehabilitation is to understand and set goals, provide interventions to decrease pain, address incision health to prevent infections and complications with scarring, improve range of motion, provide temporary modifications to be able to perform everyday activities during recovery, improve strength, and help you regain independence in all of your occupations.
Manual therapy can help with pain management, stiff joints to improve range of motion, improve tissue flexibility, address scar adherence, which can cause pain or decreased range of motion, decrease edema, and improve overall function. Manual therapy is often hands on intervention performed by the treating therapist. There are many types of manual therapy that a therapist can utilize to address your areas of need.
Alta Rehab has extensive knowledge and experience in creating custom thermoplastic orthoses for the upper extremity (fingers, hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, arm, and shoulder). These are made custom fit to the patient to ensure least restriction with maximal protection. They are often more comfortable and fully modifiable over time if your needs change or swelling increases or decreases.
Monday: 7am - 7pm
Tuesday :7am - 7pm
Wednesday: 7am - 7pm
Thursday: 7am - 7pm
Friday: 7am - 7pm
Saturday: 8am - 12pm