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March 7, 2012
While skating in Central Park in New York, Rochelle H. (pictured on left) had a bad fall, which resulted in an injury to her right wrist. Upon visiting the emergency room, she learned that not only was the joint in her wrist displaced, but that she had also fractured two bones. Her primary care physician recommended that she see hand and wrist surgeon, Laurie Koch, MD. After surgery, Rochelle had numerous office visit and physical therapy sessions. "TCO felt like a second home," she said. "From the greeting upon entering the clinic and throughout the many appointments, the entire staff at TCO [was] friendly, helpful, accommodating and professional."During much of her recovery time, Rochelle worked with Bonnie Glenzinski, OTR/L, CHT (pictured on right), an Occupational Therapist and certified hand therapist. She is "caring and sympathetic, yet firm and steadfast in getting her patients to work towards improvement," said Rochelle. As she slowly began to regain movement in her hand and wrist, Rochelle's confidence in her recovery plan continued to grow. "I always walked out of those appointments with more mobility and renewed hope it would get better," she said."I sometimes find myself looking at my right hand and I am amazed at how far I have come. I could not have done it without the constant support, encouragement and reassurance I received from Bonnie. I am finally at the point where I think I may go ice skating again," she said. "Next time, however, I will wear braces - on both wrists!"