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Home Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Bill Canull has patient Pfc. Paige Shriey warm her hand in a hot compress before he applies some passive stretching techniques as part of her occupational therapy treatment. COTAs generally work under an occupational therapist and implement treatments prescribed by the OT. (U.S. Army, Maria Yager) Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Bill Canull has patient Pfc. Paige Shriey warm her hand in a hot compress before he applies some passive stretching techniques as part of her occupational therapy treatment. COTAs generally work under an occupational therapist and implement treatments prescribed by the OT. (U.S. Army, Maria Yager)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Bill Canull has patient Pfc. Paige Shriey warm her hand in a hot compress before he applies some passive stretching techniques as part of her occupational therapy treatment. COTAs generally work under an occupational therapist and implement treatments prescribed by the OT. (U.S. Army, Maria Yager)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Bill Canull has patient Pfc. Paige Shriey warm her hand in a hot compress before he applies some passive stretching techniques as part of her occupational therapy treatment. COTAs generally work under an occupational therapist and implement treatments prescribed by the OT. (U.S. Army, Maria Yager)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Bill Canull has patient Pfc. Paige Shriey warm her hand in a hot compress before he applies some passive stretching techniques as part of her occupational therapy treatment. COTAs generally work under an occupational therapist and implement treatments prescribed by the OT. (U.S. Army, Maria Yager)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Bill Canull administers passive stretching to Pfc. Paige Shriey’s hand as part of her occupational therapy treatment. This technique may help improve her range of motion, muscle strength and activity level in her hand. COTAs generally work under an occupational therapist and implement treatments prescribed by the OT. (U.S. Army, Maria Yager)