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Treatment Case Study for Proximal Interphalangeal Joint (PIPJ) Contracture – Webinar

24th November 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

hand therapy



Anicia Baron is an Occupational Therapist and a hand specialist based at Pulvertaft Hand Centre within the Royal Derby Hospital.  In this webinar Anicia will be presenting a patient case study on a proximal interphalangeal joint (PIPJ) contracture following a flexor tendon repair. Anicia has adopted a range of treatment methods throughout her career to treat specific hand injuries including static splinting and IASTM.
We will have a 20-minute presentation from Anicia following an interactive Q&A session.
The presentation will include:
– Patient background
– Anatomy of the PIPJ
– Assessment
– Treatment
– Results
Injury to the hand resulting in a contracture can lead to many problems. This type of injury can interfere with the functional use of the hand so treatment can be vital. Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) is an effective manual therapy treatment that can be used to treat a range of soft tissue injuries to the hand. Establishing the best treatment approach and having a range of treatment options for specific injuries can be vital in rehabilitation.



Anicia BaronBSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy
Anicia qualified in 2000 from the University of Derby.  After qualifying she spent 2 years on the rotation at Derby Royal Infirmary before specialising in hands in 2002 at the Pulvertaft Hand Centre which is now based at the Royal Derby Hospital.
Anicia continues to work at the Pulvertfaft as a B7 Occupational Therapist and has developed her skills in generic working.   She has experienced in treating complex conditions of the upper limb and is an experienced splint fabricator, she has developed specific areas of interest and skill in treating fractures, hand trauma such as flexor and extensor repairs/tendon transfers, nerve injuries and adopts a problem-solving approach to practice
She has worked within the team as a clinical educator and has been involved in the clinical trials for the use of collagenase for dupuytrens.  Anicia is the lead for the BAHT level 1 in hand therapy run by the department and has presented on numerous courses and has completed BAHT level I and II courses and hopes to further progress to become an accredited hand therapist.  She has completed Level 1 IASTM and adopts this approach as part of her treatment where appropriate.
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Tuesday 24th November | 6.00pm GMT

Hand Therapy


24th November 2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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