What do you do when you’ve hurt your most valuable tools… Your arms?
When pain affects your arms, it prevents you from doing even the simplest everyday tasks: such as getting dressed, preparing a meal, or even getting through a workday. This pain may even interfere with your ability to do the things you enjoy most: like playing golf, spending time with your family, or getting a good nights sleep.
At Hand 2 Hand Therapy, we understand how much pain in the elbow, wrist and hands can interfere with your life. It is our job to provide you with the highest quality of service and expertise to help you get beyond the pain and return you to doing what matters most in your life.
Whether you suffer from joint pain, muscle aches, or tingling along the arm or hand, we at Hand 2 Hand Therapy are committed to providing you with what you need to fix your most valuable tools.
Lisa Kozden, MOT, OTR/L, CHT, COMT
Wilkes-Barre Office: 570.820.5900
3 North River Street, Unit 5, Plains, PA 18705
(Inside Danko’s All American Fitness)
Lisa has a master’s degree in occupational therapy from Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL in May 2000. She has been practicing outpatient/hand therapy for over 15 years and is also a certified hand therapist (CHT), which is the highest recognition of competency in the profession of a upper extremity rehabilitation. In 2014, Lisa attained the credential of Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT). This program trains rehabilitation professionals to help differentially diagnose and treat upper extremity conditions in a more efficient and effective manner. Lisa is currently enrolled in an OT PhD program at Nova Southeastern University. She is also a full-time OT Faculty Specialist at the University of Scranton teaching hand and upper extremity rehabilitation to senior students in the OT Master of Science program.
Ericka Ondeck, MS, OTR/L
Hazleton Office: 570.453.0252
1109 West 15th Street, Hazleton, PA 18201
(With Modern Therapeutics)
Ericka earned a master’s degree in occupational therapy from College Misericordia in 1997. She received the “outstanding excellence in occupational therapy” award for her graduating class. Ericka has been practicing outpatient/hand therapy for over 14 years and is committed to provide the most up-to-date treatment techniques for upper extremity injuries through continued education.
Lisa and Ericka are both very dedicated to their work as they strive to help every one of their patients to reach their highest level of function. They are actively involved in community education, service, and promoting the importance of the use of functional activities to promote healing and wellness.