Phone: 979.703.1909 Fax: 979.703.1913
3201 University Dr. E Ste 365, Bryan, TX 77802
Texas Hand Therapy 3201 University Drive East College Station, Texas 77802 Phone: 979-703-1909 Fax: 979-703-1913 Contact us.
April Hedrick, OTR/L, CHT
April is an Occupational Therapist and a Certified Hand Therapist, who relocated to Texas in 2014. She has spent over 25 years working with hand surgeons & sports medicine professionals in North & South Carolina. She has gained additional training in upper extremity disorders and is certified through the Hand Therapy Certification Commission (HTCC). April has a special interest in the treatment of athletic injuries and has presented continuing education courses on this topic. She is an active member with the Texas Society of Hand Therapy & Texas Occupational Therapy Association.
Nadine is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, who received her Bachelor’s degree at the University of San Fransisco. She later relocated to Houston to complete her degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant. She has worked in Hand Therapy for 6 years, both in Texas and California.
As a hand therapist, April can evaluate and treat any problem relative to the upper extremities. Once evaluated, both Nadine and April can effectively treat and rehabilitate patients through postoperative rehabilitation, preventative treatment, non-operative treatment, conservative treatment, or industry consultation. This often starts within days of the injury or surgery and continues through to the patient’s return to work and/or a productive lifestyle.
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"This is the place to go to get help! Everyone is so lovely to work with; I'm actually going to miss having my afternoon PT sessions! It's been quite a long time since I've been pain free in my shoulders and thanks to Missy and the team, I'm on the road to recovery and healthy shoulders! It feels fantastic. And to all the technicians working to get into PT school, good luck. Y'all are amazing at what you do and I have no doubt that you'll be successful in your future endeavors. Thanks and gig'em!" - Amanda L.
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