Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Interested in international hand therapy work? ASHT member Gayle Severance discusses a new HVO hand therapy project at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Ghana in our latest blog.

Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Interested in international hand therapy work? ASHT member Gayle Severance discusses a new HVO hand therapy project at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Ghana in our latest blog.

Skilled Nurse Rehab – Long Term Care Alternatives   John Ross	   in home care assistance, inpatient rehab, long term care, skilled nursing, skilled nursing facility, skilled nursing rehab

Skilled Nurse Rehab – Long Term Care Alternatives John Ross in home care assistance, inpatient rehab, long term care, skilled nursing, skilled nursing facility, skilled nursing rehab

Cristina Alegri Award for Innovation in Hand Therapy | ASHT: The American Society of Hand Therapists

Cristina Alegri Award for Innovation in Hand Therapy | ASHT: The American Society of Hand Therapists

ASHT member and incoming board member-at-large Kendyl Brock Hunter featured on AccessNorthGA.com.

ASHT member and incoming board member-at-large Kendyl Brock Hunter featured on AccessNorthGA.com.

A message from Maureen Hardy, 2014 ASHT President:   A message from 2014 ASHT President Maureen Hardy:  My wish is that each of you experience personal and professional fulfillment in 2014. May your arms never tire in service, may your quest to grow always stir you and may you find passion in the challenge each day brings.   The ASHT Board of Directors and staff thank you for being part of this hand therapy community.

A message from Maureen Hardy, 2014 ASHT President: A message from 2014 ASHT President Maureen Hardy: My wish is that each of you experience personal and professional fulfillment in 2014. May your arms never tire in service, may your quest to grow always stir you and may you find passion in the challenge each day brings. The ASHT Board of Directors and staff thank you for being part of this hand therapy community.

Hand Therapy Week 2014: ASHT member Donna Goodson and athletic trainer Ashley Miller put together baskets for local referral sources. Baskets included hand therapiy information, #HTW2014 promotions, a thank-you letter for their support of hand therapy, the Premier Rehab May newsletter dedicated to promoting #HTW2014, arthritis information to share with their PTs and a bunch of small things to help keep their hands healthy (along with some candy just for fun).

Hand Therapy Week 2014: ASHT member Donna Goodson and athletic trainer Ashley Miller put together baskets for local referral sources. Baskets included hand therapiy information, #HTW2014 promotions, a thank-you letter for their support of hand therapy, the Premier Rehab May newsletter dedicated to promoting #HTW2014, arthritis information to share with their PTs and a bunch of small things to help keep their hands healthy (along with some candy just for fun).

2014 Mary Kasch Hand Therapy Certification Scholarship winner Julie To shares how this opportunity gave her the confidence to succeed in our latest blog.

2014 Mary Kasch Hand Therapy Certification Scholarship winner Julie To shares how this opportunity gave her the confidence to succeed in our latest blog.

Are you ready for Hand Therapy Week? Technology & Communication Committee Chair Heidi Hermann Wright explains the importance of promoting the hand therapy specialty now and all year long in our latest blog.

Are you ready for Hand Therapy Week? Technology & Communication Committee Chair Heidi Hermann Wright explains the importance of promoting the hand therapy specialty now and all year long in our latest blog.

Fractures of the toe are one of the most common lower extremity fractures diagnosed by family physicians. Toe fractures most frequently are caused by a crushing injury or axial force such as stubbing a toe. Joint hyperextension and stress fractures are less common. Most patients have point tenderness at the fracture site or pain with gentle axial loading of the digit.

Fractures of the toe are one of the most common lower extremity fractures diagnosed by family physicians. Toe fractures most frequently are caused by a crushing injury or axial force such as stubbing a toe. Joint hyperextension and stress fractures are less common. Most patients have point tenderness at the fracture site or pain with gentle axial loading of the digit.

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