Hand Therapy

Hand therapy at The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus meets the needs of people recovering from hand and arm injuries by providing comprehensive evaluations, rehabilitation and education from an experienced staff, including a certified hand therapist. Our occupational therapists are focused on helping patients improve the ability to use their hands and arms so they may return to work and sports as well as continue an active and healthy lifestyle. Our emphasis on education helps patients understand the rehabilitation process and encourages them to be actively involved with their therapy program. We treat a variety of conditions. Our staff is experienced in working with a variety of conditions including, but not limited to:
• Tendon/nerve lacerations
• Bone fractures
• Contusions
• Sprains
• Severe trauma
• Amputation
• Tendonitis
For more information about hand therapy at St. Francis Campus, call us at 785-295-8045.