IFSHT Hand Therapy Resources

On the IFSHT website you can find interesting information about hand therapy related
- apps
- clinical links
- databases
- journals

Promanu Edition 2012/1

Dr. med. Dietmar Bignion: Clinical assessment of the wrist (German)
Dr. Christof Bollmann, Prof D.V. Egloff: Total wrist prothesis after proximal row carpectomy and in non-rheumatic patients (French)
Véronique van der Zypen: Proprioception in wrist rehabilitation (German)
Boubaker Lamamra: Dupuytren's splint: palmar or dorsal? The "2V-splint" (French)
Susanne Thost: New injection therapy for the treatment of Dupuytren's Disease in Switzerland (German)

Promanu Edition 2011/1

Katrijn Strigl: Conservative treatment of rheumatoid arthritis - an experience report (German)
Christine Reff-Richter: Protection of the joints: concept and possibilities of presentation (German)
Dr. Andrea Gerfin: Aids for daily life (German)
Société Suisse de Nutrition: Alimentation and rheumatic diseases (French)
Yannicke Haenni: Post traumatic cold intolerance in occupational therapy (French)
Sylvie Roches: Treatment of phantom pain with mirror therapy (French)

About The Journal

JournalCover.jpgHand Therapy (formerly known as the British Journal of Hand Therapy) is the official journal of The British Association of Hand Therapists (BAHT) and the European Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy (EFSHT).
Hand Therapy is a peer-reviewed journal aimed at hand therapists and surgeons, occupational therapists and physiotherapists and other hand specialists. Its purpose is to publish original articles and short reports on the theory and practice of hand therapy and related fields. Suitable material is not limited to the practice of physiotherapy and occupational therapy for the hand, but includes related fields where these are a matter of interest to those in the practice of hand therapy.

Current issue: http://hth.sagepub.com/content/current

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