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Hand Care 2020 Announced

Hand Care 2020: Advancing the Quality of Patient Care through Medical Education will be held Thursday, April 16th - Saturday, April 18th at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown in Indianapolis, Indiana.


Hand Care 2020 is directed toward the practicing clinician and is presented at an intermediate level. It is recommended for occupational therapists, physical therapists, physicians, physician assistants, and nurses with a special interest in hand rehabilitation. A comprehensive format is designed around the dynamics of a team approach for total upper extremity care. The course includes a full spectrum of subjects pertaining to the upper extremity including lecture presentations with handouts and reference lists, an anatomy and orthotics lab, panel discussions, and exhibits. A portion of the proceeds from this course will be contributed to the American Hand Therapy Foundation (AHTF). AHTF supports the advancement of hand rehabilitation through clinical and scientific research.


Hand Care has been an Indiana Hand Center and Hand Rehabilitation Center of Indiana tradition since 1984. The meeting was established to share clinical knowledge with the goal of advancing the practice of hand therapy and quality of patient care both nationally and internationally.


We invite you to come, relax, and enjoy the city of Indianapolis while adding to your existing knowledge of the hand and upper extremity. Visit www.handcare2020.com for more information. Registration in now open. #conference #handcare #indiana #therapy #therapists #indianapolis



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