About Us

EHandTherapy provides rehabilitation professionals with a comprehensive array of hand therapy exercises for patients' home programs. The content was selected and recommended by an experienced certified hand therapist who is also an educator and researcher. EHandTherapy offers physical therapists and occupational therapists a user-friendly combination of resources that include visual and written instructions. Images and video clips of every exercise are provided, and the programs are easy to modify.

Hand therapy clients have access to their customized home programs electronically on their smartphones/ iPADS or tablets/ computers, or in hard copy on paper.

The Physiotec customer service and technical team talk to you by phone and provide training. They respond to questions and forward special inquiries or requests to the development team. These services are included in your membership.

Cynthia Cooper

Cynthia Cooper, MFA, MA, OTR/L, CHT is a clinician, author, researcher, and educator. She has practiced hand therapy for over 30 years. She has published chapters in numerous hand therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy textbooks and journals. She is a charter active member of the American Society of Hand Therapy (ASHT) and has presented many times at the national meetings of ASHT and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). She has won several honors from professional organizations, including ASHT’s Best Scientific Paper Award, ASHT’s Best Poster Award, AOTA’s Service Award, and the Arizona Occupational Therapy Association’s Dennis Krenek Volunteer Service Award.

Cynthia is the owner of Cooper Hand Therapy in Scottsdale, AZ. She is adjunct faculty in the Occupational Therapy Department of A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ, and is also affiliated with the Occupational Therapy Department of Northern Arizona University in Phoenix, AZ.  

Cynthia’s clinical interests include Patient-Centered Hand Therapy, Hand Therapy Basics, Preventing Hand Injuries, Tendinopathies, Complex Pain Syndromes of the Upper Extremity, Arthritis, and Hand Therapy for Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy.