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12/30/2015
By: Jose D.
Mcallen Hand Therapy
Huge rip off , I stopped going because the copay was getting ridiculous , kept getting bounced back and forth from the therapy center and the hand Doctor paying copays each time , the hand therapist did nothing but make me a little finger cast which he charged as if it were a new mechanical finger . I'm still getting charged even though I have stopped going and my finger didn't improve , going to Mexico instead , this clinic is a huge rip off
07/24/2013
By: laloleal
Roberto Rene Huerta, PT
March 11 through April 2013, I received Physical and Occupational Hand Therapy from Mr. Roland Huerta, Licensed Occupational Hand Therapist, at the McAllen Hand Therapy for Post-Operative “transplant surgery of harvest of a piece of tendon in my right forearm and grafted the tendon to form ligaments in my right thumb, performed by Dr. Rodriguez. I am amazed and astonished by Mr. Huerta’s extensive and extraordinary knowledge of “innovative researched-based practices and procedures” pertaining to the rehabilitation of arms and hands. Furthermore, his superior skills, pertaining to the rehabilitation of upper extremities, empowered me to regain equal strength and range of motion to both arms. I am truly elated because for the duration of 15 years (1998-2013) I had no strength and extremely limited range of motion to left arm, in spite of the fact I endured numerous sessions with various physical therapy facilities! The McAllen Hand Therapy staff: Mr. Huerta (OT), Melissa (PTA), Mary (Receptionist), and Gracie (Office Manager) work collaboratively as a team to motivate and inspire patients to achieve their optimum physical abilities and regain their independence therefore, that is “McAllen Hand Therapy’s “most outstanding and unique customer courtesy”. Based on my superb results the McAllen Hand Therapy empowered me to achieve, I highly recommend the McAllen Hand Therapy.
07/15/2013
By: laloleal
Mcallen Hand Therapy
I received Physical and Occupational Hand Therapy from Mr. Roland Huerta, Licensed Occupational Hand Therapist, at the McAllen Hand Therapy for “transplant surgery of tendon in my right forearm and grafted the tendon to form ligaments in my right thumb”. I am amazed and astonished by Mr. Huerta’s extensive and extraordinary knowledge of “innovative researched-based procedures” pertaining to the rehabilitation of arms and hand. I regained full range of motion and strength to my right thumb with equal strength and range of motion to BOTH ARMS! The combination of Dr. Rodriguez’s God-given talent as a Hand Surgeon and In-House diagnostic procedures: Radiology Department; Hand MRI Department; EMG studies; Mr. Huerta’s extensive and extraordinary knowledge of “innovative researched-based procedures” pertaining to the rehabilitation of arms and hand physical and occupational hand therapy at McAllen Hand Therapy Department, ensure all of their patients’ needs are addressed, in one convenient location.
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At the first appointment with a physical therapist, Expect an overall assessment of your condition, which may include exercises to understand your range of motion, balance, and strength. Based on that information, the therapist can then design a regimen.
Physical therapists can work in a variety of environments. While many choose to work in a physical therapy clinic, others will operate out of hospitals and are also able to make house calls to help patients who need in-home assistance and rehabilitation.
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