Meet Our Hand Care Experts
The expert providers at the Fort HealthCare Center for Hand Care have advanced training in the latest and most successful treatments for the upper extremeties and intricate bones, muscles and joints. The Center provides state-of-the-art diagnostics (including on-site digital radiography) and a comprehensive occupational therapy program.
Orthopedic Care Specialists - Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates provides comprehensive prevention, therapy, surgical treatment and rehabilitation services.
Our physicians are dedicated to using progressive treatment techniques in the most efficient ways, with the ultimate goal of restoring patients to their highest possible levels of wellness and health.
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James Bruno, M.D.
“Careful attention to the concerns of my patients is extremely important to me.”
Isidoro Zambrano, M.D.
“Helping people alleviate pain and restore function is one of the most rewarding parts of my profession.”
Randall Jennings, M.D.
“I have always been interested in sports, so I work hard to make sure athletes get the most out of their bodies and themselves.”
Thomas Nordland, M.D.
“It is fun and rewarding to help patients of all ages and participate in the miracle of healing.”
CERTIFIED HAND THERAPISTS
The healing process makes hand and upper extremity surgery different from most other types of surgery. When the intricate parts of the hand, wrist or arm are repaired during surgery, scar tissue forms as part of the healing process. Minimizing the effects of surgical scarring, swelling, and maximizing the repaired area’s flexibility and strength are keys to having the best possible outcome. The sooner a hand therapist can treat you, the better your results.
Certified Hand Therapists (CHTs) are knowledgeable about surgical procedures and treatment goals for the hands and wrists, and can tailor their rehabilitation therapy to improve your well-being. The complexity of the structures of the hands and wrists requires advanced knowledge and skill for rehabilitating those joints.
At the Fort HealthCare Center for Hand Care, we have four CHTs on-site to provide you with the best care possible and can offer the same treatment at our other rehabilitation and therapy locations so you can be cared for at a location closest to your home.