At SA Hand Therapy we believe in providing you with tailor-made treatment programs for your specific injury — because everyone’s hand is different. Our aim is to help you have the best possible recovery from your injury and we’ll give you the strategies and guidance to achieve it. Our team members undergo continual training to ensure we can always offer you world’s best practice technology and treatment. Not only that, we’re well aware of the emotional trauma that can be caused by such an injury which is why we go the extra mile in the support of our patients.
Hand therapists are highly-skilled occupational therapists or physiotherapists who have very specific training in treating injuries of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Every member of our team at SA Hand Therapy has a very thorough and in-depth knowledge of these injuries and the specific anatomy so we can make a clear assessment of what the problem is and exactly what to do about it.
Our hand therapists make customised splints and will design a very specific exercise and rehabilitation program to suit your individual needs. If you’d like to make an appointment, please call us on (08) 8277 9667. We look forward to helping you get back on track.
July 2017: Congrats to the North Adelaide Rockets who beat South Adelaide Panthers and being top of the table. Hopefully they can repeat the win this Saturday! Go the Rockets from SA Hand Therapy.
July 2017: The team renewed their First Aid Certificates in July. Ella Tyler from MADEC Australia was an expert instructor. Find out more...
June 2017: Congratulations James Battersby for your first game back and a brilliant performance beating Norwood after your flexor tendon injury! Clearly back to 100% well done from the team at SA Hand Therapy.
April 2017: Suzanne Caragianis has been awarded the AHTA Founders Lecture Award for 2017, for her dedication and inspiriation to both both present and future generations of hand therapists. Find out more...
Esther completed her Master of Occupational Therapy in 2014. Her interest in hand and upper limb rehabilitation was developed through her training in becoming an occupational therapist, especially through her clinical placement at the SA Hand Therapy.Visit Esther's full profile