The staff at Bel Air Center for Plastic and Hand are always happy to address any of your questions.  We understand that every patient is unique, and specifically aim to cater our care to reflect our patients' needs.  

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CONTACT US

Bel Air South Professional Center

2012 South Tollgate Road, Suite 100

Bel Air, MD 21015

Ramon A. DeJesus, M.D., FACS

Mathew A. Thomas, M.D.

Eric Davies, PA-C

Rachel Pigott, OT, CHT

Stefanie Stevenson, OT, CHT

Affiliated with:

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health

University of Maryland

Johns Hopkins University

Office Hours:

M-F  8:00am - 4:00 pm

Hand Therapy

At the Bel Air Center for Plastic and Hand

Your hands are our priority.

Our certified hand therapists are occupational therapists who have specialized training in treating upper extremity conditions through advanced study.

 

Our hand therapists work closely with physicians and clients to provide a continuum of care.  Treatment often begins within days of the injury or surgery and continues until the patient has returned to work and/or a productive lifestyle.

Conditions Treated

  • Traumatic injuries

  • Fractures and dislocations

  • Sports injuries

  • Tennis elbow and other types of tendonitis

  • Carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel, thoracic outlet syndrome, and other nerve entrapment disorders

  • Repetitive motion syndromes

  • Amputations

  • Burns and frostbite

  • Arthritis

  • Tendon and nerve injuries

  • Dupuytren’s contracture

  • Complex regional pain syndrome / RSD

Evaluation and Treatment

Following a thorough evaluation, an individualized treatment plan will be developed for each client and may include:

  • Wound care

  • Range of motion and strengthening exercises

  • Control of swelling

  • Moist heat and cold therapy

  • Neuromuscular re-education

  • Ultrasound, iontophoresis, and electrical stimulation

  • Scar and soft tissue massage

  • Desensitization and sensory re-education

  • Customized orthosis fabrication

  • Joint protection principles

  • Therapeutic activities

  • Home exercise programs

YOUR HANDS

DESERVE THE BEST.

Get back to doing what you love with our trusted team of surgeons and occupational therapists.

Take Care of Your Hands.

Your hands are constantly on the go. Everyday activities, such as preparing a meal, woodworking, carrying grocery bags or using your computer can damage your hands over time. Joint protection techniques can help reduce pain, stress and inflammation of your joints. These techniques can also help prevent further deformities and increase your independence in daily activities. There are many easy and inexpensive ways to protect your hands. Here are a few tips to keep your hands healthy.