Hand Therapy Week is an integrated national program established by ASHT. Throughout the week, ASHT members sponsor and organize events in their communities in an effort to raise awareness among various audiences, celebrate the benefits of hand therapy and educate the public. Hand Therapy Week is held each year during the first full week of June.
At TOCA we ❤︎ our Hand Therapists, their talent, dedication and commitment to quality patient care! Thank you: Gretchen Bachman, Connie Johnson, Stephen Desjardins, Leonie Chin-Duncan, Debbie Rhoads and Lani McEvers!
The TOCA Upper Extremity and Hand Physical Therapists of Arizona (Certified Hand Therapists) provide services that improve function, increase motion, relieve pain, increase independence in activities of daily living, increase strength and dexterity for return to home, sports or work.
TOCA’s Hand Therapists work with individuals of all ages with a variety of injuries or conditions. Their areas of expertise involve evaluation, treatment and custom splinting of the shoulder, elbow, forearm, wrist, hand and fingers.
Hand Therapy is a type of rehabilitation performed by an occupational or physical therapist on patients with conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities. Such therapy is performed by a provider with a high degree of specialization that requires continuing education, and often advanced certification. This enables the hand therapist to work with patients to hasten their return to a productive lifestyle.
To Contact the TOCA Hand Therapy Department Directly Call: 602-512-8504!