Baldwin Bone and Joint adds therapist, expands services

Staff Report
Posted 12/2/22

Baldwin Bone and Joint is recently announced the addition of Leslie B. Davis, occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, to its hand, elbow and shoulder services team.Davis has over two …

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Baldwin Bone and Joint adds therapist, expands services

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Baldwin Bone and Joint is recently announced the addition of Leslie B. Davis, occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, to its hand, elbow and shoulder services team.

Davis has over two decades of clinical experience and a specialty in hand therapy and joins Baldwin Bone and Joint and Dr. Allison Hunter, a fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon, in treating patients with injuries and conditions from the shoulders to the fingertips.

"The addition of Leslie Davis integrated in our clinic flow and pre-operative and post-operative care is going to be a tremendous benefit to patients. Not only can we now offer on-site hand, elbow and shoulder therapy, we will provide seamless evaluations as a team by often evaluating and treating patients. I'm looking forward to Leslie being a part of our team, and confident it will ultimately lead to better patient outcomes," Hunter said.

Davis comes to Baldwin Bone and Joint from practicing in Pensacola, Florida, where she has evaluated and treated patients with varying degrees of hand, upper extremity and various orthopaedic issues since 2020.

"We want our patients to have a very fluid process when it comes to transitioning from seeing the doctor for surgery or general treatment to ensuring that they're getting back to what's important to them. That may be sport or gardening or just being active in their community. It is our goal that each patient is satisfied with their ability to return to doing what they love. We strive to make sure our patients have the best journey back to recovery," Davis said.

Davis holds a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of South Alabama, licenses from ALBOT, FLBOT and NBCOT and has practiced as a certified hand therapist since 2017. She is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists and is a former communications chairperson of the Alabama Occupational Therapy Association.

Additionally, Baldwin Bone and Joint now offers in-office, outpatient surgical procedures including trigger finger, carpal tunnel and finger mass excision.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit baldwinboneandjoint.com or call (251) 625-2663.

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