News Feed/ Blog
27 May 2018
We all know the benefits of washing our hands but do we know what the latest guidelines suggest and why?
10 May 2018
Last month Active Hand Therapy ran a course for a group of Occupational Therapy students from Bond University.
15 April 2018
So seriously what is the treatment for bluebottle stings? Seawater? Hotwater? Vinegar? Coldwater? Guess what, it has changed again! We get our resident pharmacist to review the evidence.
3 April 2018
Did you know that in some sports women are 6 times more likely to sustain injuries than their male counterparts? Mikayla Southam, one of our specialist hand physiotherapists explains some of the reasons behind this trend.
9 March 2018
Sally Pearson has come a long way from her wrist injury back in 2015. She is now a dual world champion after winning the final of the 100m hurdles at the World Athletics Championships in London. In the leadup to the Commonwealth Games, David Coles, director of Active Hand Therapy, talks about her recovery.
18 February 2018
13 February 2018
Did you know that we have a specialised finger, hand, wrist and arm fracture clinic?
24 October 2017
1 October 2017
Need to develop static splinting skills? Our workshop is on again. Book now on (07) 5526 4066 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. for our October 2017 workshop at our Southport clinic.
24 August 2017
27 July 2017
13 June 2017
Luke McCarron has recently completed his Hand Therapist Certification. This worldwide commision only recognises an elite few who undergo rigorous advanced testing and Active Hand Therapy could not be any more proud of this down to earth therapist.
11 June 2017
Gary Ablett took the Gold Coast Suns to another win this weekend even with his injured thumb. David, our director, has an avid passion for all things football having played for many years himself. With his vast knowledge he has perfected the form vs function for these supportive splints.
1 June 2017
This year Hand Therapy Awareness Week is celebrating the 'Art and Science of Hand Therapy' and is held from 5-11 June 2017
5 May 2017
7 April 2017
Active Hand Therapy is very proud to be involved with the first cohort of Bond University's GEMS Occupational Therapy students.
14 February 2017
1 October 2016
Need to develop static splinting skills? Book now on (07) 5526 4066 or email: email@example.com. for our October 2016 workshop at our Southport clinic.
30 September 2016
Ash Taylor has won the Daly M Medal for rookie of the year despite his finger injury.
30 September 2016
Active Hand and Upper Limb Physiotherapist Mikayla Southam has recently published a retrospective cohort study of QuickDASH scores for common acute trauma conditions presenting for Hand Therapy
5 September 2016
Congratulations to Jarrod Harbrow winning the Sun's Club Champion Award.
6 March 2016
23 February 2016
Members of our staff recently visited Melbourne to attend Action Rehab Sports Injury Symposium. David Coles, our director, was also a guest lecturer at the event. Some interesting new ideas were taken on board by the team in managing sports injuries.
28 January 2018
In part two Dee looks more specifically at the Physical Therapies and Hand Therapy in particular in the Chinese Healthcare system.
29 November 2017
Our directors, David and Deanna Coles, recently had the pleasure of visiting China to present some lectures and workshops on Hand Therapy and Orthopaedic medicines. During the visits, they gleaned many insights into the eastern perspective of healthcare and physical therapies.This month, Dee shares some of her reflections regarding the Chinese healthcare system.
16 September 2015
Welcome to our new Active Hand Therapy news feed/ blog. Active Hand Therapy is a private hand and upper limb practice located on the Gold Coast, providing specialised Hand Therapy services to our clients. It has been operating since 2009 and has been the premier hand clinic on the Gold Coast for many years.
31 December 2008
We are a hand, wrist, elbow, arm and shoulder therapy clinic. Active Hand Therapy was established more then 10 years ago by our director, David Coles. He is a very laid back, friendly guy with an incredible knowledge of Hand and Upper Limb Therapy. He wanted to create a clinic where patients feel comfortable and relaxed all while getting the best and most highly trained therapist treatment.