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Mary "Peggy" Faussett, MOTR/L, CHT

Mary "Peggy" Faussett Instructor Bio:
Mary “Peggy” Faussett is an occupational therapist and certified hand therapist. She graduated with a master’s in Occupational Therapy in 2001 from Chatham University. She became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2012. Peggy currently works at Children’s Hospital Colorado as the Program Coordinator for the Pediatric Hand Therapy Program. She enjoys treating children of all ages with a variety of hand and upper extremity conditions. Peggy has presented both locally and nationally on pediatric hand therapy. When not working as an OT, Peggy enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys.

Mary "Peggy" Faussett's Continuing Education Courses

Introduction to Pediatric Hand Therapy Part 1

Introduction to Pediatric Hand Therapy Part 1

A therapist who treats pediatric patients may not be aware of the orthopedic aspects of care for a pediatric patient with hand or upper extremity injuries or conditions. An adult hand therapist may be aware of the pediatric conditions and… Read Morearrow_right

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Pediatric Hand Therapy: Assessment and Treatment of Congenital Anomalies

Pediatric Hand Therapy: Assessment and Treatment of Congenital Anomalies

Due to genetic conditions or abnormal embryological development, infants may be born with congenital anomalies, and many will require therapy. The therapist may have limited experience with these unique diagnoses. This course will review… Read Morearrow_right

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Introduction to Pediatric Hand Therapy Part 2

Introduction to Pediatric Hand Therapy Part 2

Pediatric patients pose challenges to therapists due to multiple issues: time limitations, limited tolerance for painful intervention or cold/thermal modalities, poor compliance with typical exercises and home programs, and challenges for… Read Morearrow_right

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Normal Development of the Hand and Upper Extremity

Normal Development of the Hand and Upper Extremity

A pediatric patient is constantly growing and changing. Therapeutic intervention should be tailored to meet the needs of the child at their developmental level. The therapist must have a solid understanding of normal hand and upper extremity… Read Morearrow_right

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