Welcome Kara Cepo

  Hand Works Occupational Therapy is pleased to announce that Kara Cepo has joined the team.  Kara will be working from our Duncraig and West Perth clinics. To learn a little more about our team please click here

Ensuring hand was fitted correctly

Sath was excellent ensuring my hand was fitted correctly with glove and brace. Friendly and very professional. He explained my restrictions thoroughly. He shared my excitement on improvement

Excellent and good demonstrations

Excellent. I feel that without this therapy I would have had to undergo surgery, and the problem will still be present. Good demonstrations and drawings using own hands.

Concerns were recognised

I feel that my concerns were recognised, options for management discussed, and realistic expectations for outcome were offered.

Welcome Samantha Mears

Hand Works is delighted to announce our newest member to the team, Samantha Mears. Samantha will be working from our West Perth and Leeming clinic. To learn a little more about Samantha and her clinical experience please click here.      

Friendly and Professional

 Stuart was friendly and professional. His recommendations have been very effective

Recearch Update

Staff Therapist Thuy Tran is currently in the process of drafting her application to commence her Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2014 in the area of lateral epicondylitis.    She will be working closely with her clinical supervisor- Alex Retallick and with her research supervisors from Curtin University- Professor Torbjorn Falkmer and Associate Professor Marina Ciccarelli. [Read more…]

Post Graduate study in Advanced Hand Therapy

Hand Works Senior Therapist Amanda Heenan has recently completed her post graduate study in Advanced Hand Therapy through Monash University. As part of her studies, she completed a literature review aimed at determining the optimal orthosis (splint) or cast design for use in conservative treatment of acute scaphoid fractures. To view a copy of her [Read more…]

Received nothing but the best

My own personal experience with Hand Works Occupational Therapy has reinforced why I want to become an Occupational Therapist as I have received nothing but the best, most effective service in treating my injury. Jessica

Welcome Lani McAuliffe

Hand Works Occupational Therapy is pleased to announce that Lani McAuliffe has joined the team. Lani brings with her experience from the Public Health system and will be working from our West Perth and Duncraig clinics. To learn a little more about Lani and her clinical experience please click here