Hand Therapy

Conditions or Injury of Hand, Wrist, Elbow and Shoulder

Because of the unique structure, anatomy and functional requirements of the hand, specialized training is necessary for proper rehabilitation therefore you should look for a Certified Hand Therapist, or CHT to provide your care. CHT's expertise includes the full upper quarter which is the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Hand Therapy is truly a subspecialty of orthopedics and the therapist utilizes specialized skills, assessment and treatment techniques to prevent dysfunction, restore function, and/or reverse the progression of pathology in the individuals with upper quarter disease or injury. Customized splinting is often performed especially for hand and wrist problems. We work closely with your physician to be sure appropriate treatment is being rendered for the specific surgical intervention you have received.

Common Hand and Wrist Problems Treated

  • Post Tendon Repair
  • Joint Replacement
  • Post Nerve Repair
  • Reconstructive Surgery
  • Post Fracture Strain/Sprain
  • Tendonitis
  • Transplants
  • Replants
  • Post Fracture

Barry G. Inglett, PT, CHT, CERT.MDT

At Wayne Physical Therapy & Spine Center Barry Inglett is our Certified Hand Therapist as well as a physical therapist and co-owner of Wayne Physical Therapy & Spine Center. Mr. Inglett successfully completed the stringent requirements to become a Certified Hand Therapist and has completed extensive work in splinting. His coursework in splinting goes beyond the requirements of hand certification and is an important aspect of his ability to care for more complex upper extremity patients. Mr. Inglett has practiced in orthopedic physical therapy for more than thirty years. His expertise in rehabilitation of the hand and splinting adds to his expertise in general orthopedics and his subspecialty of spinal care as a credentialed McKenzie Therapist.