Splinting stories from the therapists CoRSU hospital

Thank you so much to Rhonah and David who compiled these patient stories for us.  We send splinting material out every 3-4 months, and it is great to see how it is being used.

Here is an excerpt for the report:

NB a 16 months old girl, jolly and active, with history of burns by a charcoal stove, sustained wounds
that healed with contractures of the right index and middle fingers which could limit her to manipulate
different toys during play, plan was drawn and scheduled for contracture release, local flap and skin
grafting which was done at CoRSU Rehabilitation Hospital, after surgery was prescribed for a splint
which was fabricated in occupational Therapy unit and now still on rehabilitation program.

Click on the following link to see all the patients stories: