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Snodgrass receives Hand Therapy certification

Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013

Lori Snodgrass of Indiana Physical Therapy (IPT) recently earned her certification in Hand Therapy. To become a CHT, a Physical or Occupational Therapist must have a minimum of five years’ experience in general rehabilitation, a minimum of two years’ experience in hand rehabilitation, and must pass a national certification exam. This specialty certification must be renewed every five years by completing specific continuing education requirements and documenting successful ongoing therapy services specific to hand, arm and cervical related injuries.

IPT, a premier independent provider of outpatient rehabilitation services in northeast Indiana has experienced significant growth and expansion since being founded in 1988 and has grown to eleven locations including five in Fort Wayne and one each in Angola, Auburn, Bluffton, Huntington, New Haven and Warsaw. Their industrial and athletic training divisions also provide therapy service options.

For more information about IPT, or to schedule an appointment, call (260) 432-4700 or visit indianapt.com.