Canberra Hand Therapy
Established in 2016, Canberra Hand Therapy is comprised of a dynamic team of Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists, dedicated to the rehabilitation of hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder.
Our team have extensive experience in treatment and management of upper limb conditions and injuries, as well as post-operative care.
We are committed to ensuring optimal client outcomes, and provide comprehensive assessment and treatment, to enable us to help you achieve your goals.
What is Hand Therapy?
Hand Therapy is the art and science of rehabilitation of the upper limb. It involves evaluation and assessment of the affected hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder, to diagnose and treat appropriately, achieving optimal client focused goals.
Practitioners of Hand Therapy are registered Physiotherapists or Occupational Therapists, who through continuing education, clinical experience and independent study, have expertise in the treatment of upper extremity conditions. Accredited Hand Therapists as awarded by the Australian Hand Therapy Association have achieved the highest credential possible in Australia for this area of work.
All of our therapists are members of the Australian Hand Therapy Association, some already have attained this credential and some are working towards it.
Canberra Hand Therapy
Located in the Peter Yorke Building:
Unit 4B, Level 2, 173 Strickland Crescent, Deakin ACT 2600
What We Do
Our therapists are dedicated to assisting you overcome any hand, wrist or arm injury or condition.
Canberra Hand Therapy offers online consultations for those that are unable to attend face to face appointments.
Frequently Asked Questions
Want to learn more about consultations, referrals, Medicare and more? View our frequently asked questions.
COVID Safety Plan
Please click below to view the steps Canberra Hand Therapy has put in place to ensure we operating in a Covid Safe Environment.
Our team comprises of dedicated therapists who have a passion for hand therapy. We strive for optimal outcomes, and our therapists are kept up to date with the latest evidence and continue to participate in regular professional development opportunities.
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For Further Information
If you would like further information on the services we provide at Canberra Hand Therapy, or if we can assist you with your rehabilitation, click the button to contact us.