If you have the need for hand or arm therapy services, I would tell you to look nowhere else.
The first place I was sent to for therapy took one look at the doctors script and they looked perplexed. I had a feeling that they didn't have the confidence of treating my case. They promptly gave me a few pages of "homework" and a slip of paper with Linda's office number on it.
First impressions were off the chart. Linda accepted my case with enthusiasm and the confidence I needed to see. The open atmosphere was warm and welcoming and the nurturing push towards improvement encouraged me every step of the way. Ten weeks later I am far from where I began and further than I was before.
I started as a patient and left as a friend.
If you need the services of The institute for Hand and Upper Extremity, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.