Occupational Therapy Case Study

A 55-year-old man with rheumatoid arthritis is referred to you for occupational therapy to help decrease pain in his wrists to help regain function. You have been utilizing wrist splints for quite some time in treating rheumatoid arthritis patients, but wonder if there are other occupational therapy interventions that would be more beneficial for your patient.

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