Pain, Nerves and Edema: The Evolving Frontier
The 25th Annual Education Conference
Save The Date Announcement
March 28-29, 2020
Omni Houston Westside
13210 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX, 77079
Happy Hour Friday March 27 from 7-9 PM
Topics to include: Scapula Dyskinesia, Rotator Cuff Disease, Flexor Tendon Repair, Brachial Plexus , Tendon Transfers, Breast Cancer related UE conditions and Axillary Cord Syndrome, the Lymphatic System….
Welcome our new Advocacy Chairperson
Thomas Hacku, OTR
Tom is an Occupational Therapist who graduated from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT in 2013. After acquiring experience in acute rehab, Tom decided to expand his clinical skills with hand and upper extremity injuries while taking a travel therapy position in the San Francisco Bay Area. A six-month contract quickly turned into a nearly three-year journey as an outpatient therapist, educating students and advocating for OT along the way. Upon moving to Texas in 2017, Tom continued to pursue hand therapy at Methodist Rehabilitation Hospital’s outpatient department in south Dallas. He became involved with TSHT after volunteering at the annual conference in 2019, thanks to one of his peers and fellow TSHT member. Tom looks forward to expanding his involvement with TSHT as Advocacy Committee chairperson. He currently resides in Richardson, TX with his wife Cameron and spends his free time working on home improvement projects and traveling.
Congratulations to all our 2019 awardees!!
SHINING STAR AWARD
NANCY GEERS’ AWARD
CLINICAL AND SCIENTIFIC POSTER WINNERS
“Smart Phones and Musculoskeletal Disorders” Olivia Adamson, OTD, OTR, CHT
“Motion Feeedback Device to Assist Improving Joint Motion”. Rajeshree Jaiswal, OTR, CHT, Laurie M. Reddy OTR, CHT and Jeff Feng, prof.
Any inquiries please email email@example.com
TSHT address: PO Box 6615 Alamo Heights, TX 78209
The Mission of TSHT: The mission of the Texas Society for Hand Therapy is charitable, educational, and scientific, as defined in Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including but not limited to the promotion of education, research and advancement of science in the field of hand therapy. The Corporation intends to fulfill its mission through communication, education, research and the establishment of clinical standards. We seek to bring hand therapists and colleagues in the medical community together providing the opportunity to maintain highest methodologies in the clinic while creating new innovative ways to treat patients, blending evidence based science and art. Ultimately, our goal is to provide a platform for hand therapists to maintain clinical standards and independent status in healthcare, keeping awareness with our policy makers, and advocating ethical fees for service.