Links

Join our Facebook Page! – This is the official Facebook site for Covenant Hand Therapy. It contains pictures, videos, links, and other helpful information.

Follow us on Pinterest! – This is the official Pinterest site for Covenant Hand Therapy. This site contains several fun and informative boards regarding splinting, hand therapy, anatomy, lymphedema, and much more!

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! – This is our very own YouTube channel with videos about splinting, hand therapy, custom foot orthotics, and lymphedema treatments.

Check out our Linkedin Page! – Our Linkedin Page provides a detailed description of our company, including location, organizational structure, and number of employees.

Follow us on Instagram! – This is the official Instagram site for Covenant Hand Therapy. Come and check out all the beautiful pictures.

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Follow us on Twitter! – This is the official Twitter account of Covenant Hand Therapy. Daily tweets about hand therapy and lymphedema treatments, inspirational quotes, and events occurring at our clinic.

www.myofascialrelease.com – The John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release Approach® is considered to be the ultimate therapy that is safe, gentle and consistently effective in producing results that last. John F. Barnes, PT has trained over 100,000 therapists and physicians, is an international lecturer, author and authority on Myofascial Release.
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www.pinkribbonprogram.com – Offering strength, self-esteem and quality of life to breast cancer survivors. Exercise may be the last thing you feel like doing after breast cancer surgery. You’re probably exhausted, your arm may be painful and swollen, and the adjuvant treatments can make you feel even worse. All you want to do is rest. In the past, that’s exactly what doctors recommended. However, recent studies indicate a link between moderate physical exercise and improved quality of life for breast cancer survivors.
We are dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle and positive body image to all breast cancer survivors. The Pink Ribbon Program will help stretch and strengthen the shoulder, chest, back, and abdominal muscles, allowing women to regain full range of motion to those areas affected by breast cancer surgery. This program is suitable whether your surgery was recent or several years ago and accommodates all fitness levels.

www.lymphedematreatmentact.org – The Lymphedema Diagnosis and Treatment Cost Saving Act will improve coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of lymphedema from any cause. Untreated lymphedema is progressive and leads to infection, disfigurement, disability and in some cases even death. Thus, prognosis for the patient is far worse and treatment more costly when the disease is not identified and treated in the earlier stages.
WE NEED YOUR HELP! We have no paid lobbyists; our cause is entirely grassroots and patient driven. Please explore the site to learn more, then complete as many of the simple steps under the “How You Can Help” menu as you can. The single most important thing you can do is take just a couple of minutes to contact your members of Congress using their simple submission form.

www.lymphnet.org – The National Lymphedema Network (NLN) is an internationally recognized non-profit organization founded in 1988 to provide education and guidance to lymphedema patients, health care professionals and the general public by disseminating information on management of primary/secondary lymphedema and related disorders, and education in risk reduction practices for all individuals at risk for or affected by lymphedema.

www.acols.com – The Academy of Lymphatic Studies provides education and training in Lymphedema Management. We are the leading school in the United States for lymphedema certification training for health care professionals in Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) and Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT).

www.htcc.org – The Hand Therapy Certification Commission, Inc., (HTCC) is a not-for-profit corporation established in 1989 for the purpose of sponsoring a voluntary credentialing program. From its inception, the Board of Directors of HTCC envisioned a two-step process of Certification and Recertification. Recertification provides assurance to the public that the Certified Hand Therapist continues to meet the high standards set by HTCC.

www.ptot.texas.gov – The Executive Council (ECPTOTE) is a state of Texas agency charged with protecting the health, safety and welfare of the people of Texas by supporting the Board of PT Examiners and the Board of OT Examiners as they license and regulate qualified practitioners of physical therapy and occupational therapy, and register facilities in which those services are provided.