Hand therapy typically addresses the biomechanical issues underlying upper-extremity conditions. Occupational therapists bring an added dimension to this specialty area. They use an occupation-based and client-centred approach to identify the client’s participation requirements — what he or she wants to be able to do in daily life that is fulfilling, necessary, and/or meaningful — and emphasises the performance of desired activities as the primary goal of therapy.

Hand therapy typically addresses the biomechanical issues underlying upper-extremity conditions. Occupational therapists bring an added dimension to this specialty area. They use an occupation-based and client-centred approach to identify the client’s participation requirements — what he or she wants to be able to do in daily life that is fulfilling, necessary, and/or meaningful — and emphasises the performance of desired activities as the primary goal of therapy.

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