You can once again be treated by TRIA, at TRIA. If you need in-person or emergency care, don’t delay. We’re open, safe and ready to care for you. For in-person hand therapy appointments, please call 952-831-8742 .
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At TRIA, we take a hands-on approach to caring for your hands, wrists, forearms and elbows. From X-Ray and MRI, to Hand Therapy, to same-day care and outpatient procedures, we offer comprehensive hand care at both TRIA Bloomington and TRIA Woodbury. We’re proud to be the only hand program in the Twin Cities that provides integrative medicine solutions for living with chronic pain.
Conditions we treat
You can receive treatment for a wide range of injuries and disabilities to hands and arms, including:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other nerve compressions
- Crush injuries
- Fractures and dislocation
- Ganglion cysts
- Myofascial pain
- Sports and repetitive stress injuries
- Tendon and nerve injuries
- Trigger finger
Schedule an appointment online or call 952-831-8742.
Working closely with hand surgeons and other orthopedic specialists, our hand therapists assess the patient’s abilities and design an individualized treatment program that leads to restoration of optimal function. We also use specific protocol guidelines for many diagnoses to ensure best outcomes and continuity of care. Our outcomes meet or exceed nationally recognized standards for many diagnoses treated. Hand therapists at TRIA provide acute care for urgent needs, treatment for chronic problems and post-operative management and therapy for all ages.
Types of Hand Therapy and Treatments include:
- Activity modification and ergonomics
- Aquatic therapy
- Custom fabricated static and dynamic splints
- Edema control
- Graded motor imagery
- Joint protection
- Manual therapy
- Neuromuscular re-education
- Pain management
- Patient education and training
- Scar management
- Sensory re-training
- Therapeutic exercises (mobility and strength)
- Wound care
TRIA hand therapists are occupational therapists who through continuing education and experience gained expertise in the treatment of the hand and upper extremity. Board Certified Hand Therapists (CHT) meet professional test standards set by the Hand Therapy Certification Commission. They also have at least five years of experience in the treatment of upper extremity conditions.
Certified Hand Therapists