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Occupational Therapy

Start Living Independently Again

A serious injury can make it difficult to perform activities you used to do daily. Occupational therapy is a personalized recovery program designed to help you resume your daily activities. Our team has experience working with patients of all ages and various types of injuries. Occupational therapy provides skilled services to people who have an illness, injury, disease, disorder, condition, impairment, disability, or other symptoms that limit participation and daily activities such as self-care, work, and play.

Our Occupational Therapy team can help treat many conditions including:

  • Conditions of the elbow, wrist, and hand.
  • Decreased ability to complete work, self-care, leisure, and homemaking activities.
  • Weakness, issues with coordination, hypersensitivity, and decreased sensation.
  • Limitations in fine and gross motor skills.
  • Decreased memory, safety awareness, problem solving, and organization.
  • Changes in vision.

Treatment benefits:

  • Gain new skills that may have been absent due to a disability (habilitation)
  • Regain skills they have lost (rehabilitation) by using graded exercise, strategic modalities, and manual techniques
  • Use strategies and adapted equipment to compensate for deficits that can maximize function with daily activities
  • Prevent injuries through custom splinting, ergonomic education, and activity modification

Every patient has different goals. While one person may need help getting back finger strength, another may be working towards being able to lift themselves off the ground without assistance. Whatever your physical struggle may be, we can help you find ways to overcome them and improve your health.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy plans can also be designed for adolescents and children of all ages. In pediatric occupational therapy, we focus on helping kids recover from a variety of physical conditions so they can get back to living life to the fullest. It will help improve their ability to play with friends or loved ones once again, continue self-care routines, and participate in activities at home and in school.

Some conditions our pediatric occupational therapy team can treat include:

  • Inability to complete self-care, school activities, and daily routines.
  • Issues with coordination and hypersensitivity.
  • Limitations in fine and gross motor skills.
  • Sensory processing and self-regulation.
  • Decreased attention and organization.
  • Decreased or changes in vision.

Our occupational therapy team includes experts in child development who work closely with each individual child and their family. Their goal is to help them develop and meet physical, mental, and behavioral milestones.

Contact us to learn more about the services and care we provide.

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