Opening Sunday / Library of Congress

Opening Sunday / Library of Congress

My rehab hospital put me in a Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) program. For two weeks, I did four hours of hand therapy a day. At the end, my weaker hand was more dexterous, especially at picking up small objects. Thank you!

But, four hours a day for two weeks of hand therapy is deathly dull.

One Response to “Hand”

  1. Roy Stone writes:

    CIMT is very interesting. True it is dull, but it gets the job done. I use something similar to rehabilitate my body. I have tended to do everything with my back most of my life. This has impacted my health badly as a senior citizen. I spend two hours a day exercising in contraptions and positions that take my back off line so that it does not participate in the exercise. This relaxes my back and builds strength in my legs and torso. True it is boring but it gets the job done.

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