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Welcome to Signature Hand Therapy


New York Occupational Therapy Clinic LEADING THE WAY

Welcome to Signature Hand Therapy. We are one of the most advanced diagnostic and treatment facilities for upper arm extremity and hand pain in the United States, specializing in occupational and hand therapy.

Signature was the first long island occupational therapy clinic specializing in upper arm extremities treatment and hand therapy . Signature Hand Therapy’s occupational therapy goal is to focus on any issue that limits our patient’s functionality and quality of life. At our New York Occupational Therapy Clinic we attend to common types of problems involve disabilities that interfere with everyday activities, such as a walking, bathing, or navigating a busy street. Additionally, at both locations we treat children or adults with developmental delays. Signature Hand Therapy patients have had remarkable success with our treatment focusing on improving coordination or becoming more effective with their body movements. Whether it was a recent injury to regain endurance, strength or a recent alignment that is disrupting your everyday activities and quality of life you can count on Signature Hand Therapy to develop a systematic care program to return you back to your pain free days.

Signature Hand Therapy Clinic deals with numerous types of occupational therapy rehabilitation . Often times we involve one of several types of therapy, used together or separately, to help patients enter or re-enter the workforce. This can include occupational therapy, nutrition and wellness counseling , and job training. At Signature our overall goal is to cure any situation that causes our patient to decline performance both personally and professionally.

Our most common injuries are repetitive motion injuries and trauma due to physical training, sports, falls, or motor vehicle accidents. Our New York Occupational Therapist will treat for a loss of range-of-motion or strength in the hands, elbows, or shoulders resulting from fractures, burns or other injuries. Typical injuries seen in the Occupational Therapy Clinic include

  • Repetitive Motion Injuries
  • Traumatic Injuries
  • Nerve Compression
  • Jamming injuries to digits
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Tendon Lacerations (rehab)
  • Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
  • Fractures
  • Wrist Tendonitis
  • Cysts and Tumors
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Wrist instability
  • DeQuervains Tenosynovitis
  • Burns
  • Arthritis or inflammation