As one of approximately 5,600 Certified Hand Therapists worldwide, Angie Holtski helps her patients prevent injury, restore function, and enhance strength in their hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. Ms. Holtski offers assistance with postoperative rehabilitation, which includes wound management, the reduction of swelling, and control of hypersensitive and hypertrophic scars. She also provides conservative or preventative treatment, such as pain management, desensitization after sustaining nerve injury, sensory reeducation, and conditioning. Angie Holtski serves patients through Dean Clinic in Madison, Wisconsin, where she has worked since 2001. In addition to hand therapy, Angie Holtski, also offers services as an Occupational Therapist. Her patients include individuals dealing with physical, mental, and neurological disabilities. Ms. Holtski helps patients resume their daily lives by working with them to regain the ability to complete day-to-day tasks on their own after injury or surgery, or learn to cope in social situations. She also provides custom orthotics and casting. Angie Holtski gained her credentials through the occupational therapy program at Mount Mary College, graduating in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science and a 3.68 GPA. She belongs to the Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association, American Society of Hand Therapists, and the National Board for Certification of Orthopaedic Technologists. In her free time, Ms. Holtski stays active through kayaking, snowboarding, and running. She also enjoys dabbling in photography and spending time with her family.