Easy Orthotic Solutions for the Fingers, Hand, Thumb, Wrist and Forearm (Free Download)

A booklet of easy-to-follow orthotic instructions using Orficast and Orficast More

This booklet features quick and easy orthotic fabrication instructions for a variety of common finger and hand injuries that need quick immobilization techniques. Our goal is to offer you easy orthotic solutions that are quick to fabricate and comfortable options for your patients.

 

Download your free Orthotic Solutions Booklet and join the thousands of therapists who use Orficast and Orficast More for orthotic fabrication.

 

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Written by Debby Schwartz, OTD, OTR/L, CHT

Physical Rehabilitation Product and Educational Specialist at Orfit Industries America.

Debby is a certified hand therapist with over 36 years of clinical experience. She completed her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2010. She has worked at Orfit Industries America as Product and Educational Specialist since 2007.

Debby is also an adjunct professor at the Occupational Therapy Department of Touro University, School of Health Sciences, and at the Occupational Therapy Department at Yeshiva University, Katz School of Science and Health in NYC. She has written many book chapters in the field of hand therapy and multiple articles for hand therapy journals, including the ASHT Times and the Journal of Hand Therapy. She has published a new textbook on orthotic fabrication together with Dr. Katherine Schofield, entitled “Orthotic Design and Fabrication for the Upper Extremity: A Practical Guide”.

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