Meet Our Hand Therapists
Chris S. Harbaugh
Chris S. Harbaugh's skills in the intricacies of the hand and qualities of a rapid recovery plan have earned him a reputation as a superior hand therapist. Experienced in this unique specialty, Chris was recruited to join Midsota Regional Hand Center in 1997. Chris earned his bachelor's from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and has been committed to upper extremity and industrial rehabilitation since he began his medical career. He has helped patients of all ages overcome their injuries and regain their independence.
As a specialized hand therapist at Midsota, Shannon Hackett understands the complexities of treating hand conditions and has the expertise to allow patients to reclaim their independence. Shannon specializes in developing personalized treatment plans and helping patients quickly resume their daily activities. She earned a bachelor's in occupational therapy from the College of St. Catherine's in St. Paul in 1991. Since then, she has gained experience in both hospital and outpatient settings. She has special interests in neurology, hand therapy, splinting, arthritis and geriatrics.
At Midsota Regional Hand Center, we know the loss of dexterity and the ability to perform daily activities can affect your quality of life. Our team of licensed occupational therapists and surgeons has extensive training and experience in helping patients overcome a debilitating injury or condition and reclaim their independence.
Midsota Regional Hand Center is a specialized hand therapy center offering comprehensive assessment and outpatient treatment for upper extremity injuries, caused by conditions ranging from arthritis and amputation to carpal tunnel and fractures.
Our highly skilled staff and superior patient care have made us a leader in the industry since 1987. The center's team includes licensed hand therapists and board-certified surgeons who specialize in the complexities of hand surgery. Our surgeons have performed reconstructive surgeries worldwide to help people of all ages.
At Midsota, we design personalized treatment therapies that meet the specific needs of our patients and help them return to their daily activities as soon as possible. Any physician may refer patients to Midsota Regional Hand Center by calling 320-253-7257 or Toll Free 1-888-MIDSOTA. Referrals also can be faxed to (320) 251-2938 or emailed to email@example.com. Talk directly to a therapist by calling 320-529-4268.
Midsota Regional Hand Center treats the following injuries and conditions:
- Carpal Tunnel
- Congenital Malformations
- Cumulative Trauma
- Nerve Repair
- Tendon Injuries
- Ergonomic Education and Training