Wellness & Rehabilitation
- Helps in the Fight Against Repetitive Motion Injuries & Arthritis
Wellness & RehabilitationHelps in the Fight Against Repetitive Motion Injuries & Arthritis Health
Judith Frank, MD
As a physician, with board certifications in both Rheumatology and Internal Medicine, and in clinical practice for over 30 years, I have diagnosed and treated nearly every type of arthritis, along with other related conditions that can affect the fingers and hands. Of the nearly 100 forms of arthritis, the two most common are Osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) and Rheumatoid Arthritis (chronic)...CLICK HERE.
Tanya Feddern-Bekcan, MLIS, MOT, OTR/L, DCCT
"When I was working as a Home Health OT, my patient, who’d been exposed to Agent Orange, regained the ability to write, to continue the scrapbooks beloved by his family, and to do adult coloring with his wife, a favored activity they were able to enjoy together again. This is one of my proudest successes as an Occupational Therapist, and I have the FingerWeights to thank for helping to make this possible."
"At some point I saw FingerWeights, and wanted to give them a try to see if they would help my rehab...not only do they work, but I feel that they are a contributing factor to getting me back to Music! I now play again, and have actually been teaching kids to play as well!"
A.Wolf, Music Teacher
"I would recommend FingerWeights...they work. I noticed that the weights actually force me to be more intentional and careful. Often, musicians have issues with rushing movements... The weights make me go slower, and allow me to be more diligent. They are worthwhile almost just for that effect. But, I'm also able to move my fingers with more strength and fluidity after working with them."