Occupational Therapy

Improving Mobility and Well Being

Our experienced team works with patients' unique injuries and issues to help them gain the skills they need to lead comfortable, productive lives.

Occupational Therapy is a health and rehabilitation profession. Occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants work with people of all ages who, because of physical, developmental, social, or emotional problems, need specialized assistance to lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives.

Our Strengths:

  • Individualized treatment programs with therapeutic activities and exercises aimed at improving abilities to carry out activities of daily living
  • Recommendations and training in the use of adaptive equipment to improve function
  • Instructions to family members and attendants in safe and effective methods of caring for individuals

Occupational Therapy Can Help Individuals With:

Physical Disabilities

  • Improve daily living skills (feeding, bathing, grooming, dressing, transferring, homemaking, return to work and community tasks)
  • Improve physical/motor components -- strength, ROM, endurance, coordination
  • Improve sensory integrative components
  • Improve cognitive components
  • Address social/emotional components

Hand Problems

  • Use hand more effectively in daily activities
  • Gain ROM, strength, sensation and dexterity
  • Experience fewer complications such as scarring and swelling

Developmental Delays/Birth or Learning Disabilities

  • Improve fine motor and gross motor skills
  • Improve postural control, strength and coordination
  • Improve daily life skills for success with eating, playing, dressing, school activities
  • Improve sensory integrative components
  • Improve behavioral adaptations
  • Improve function due to birth injuries or prematurity

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