Inpatient Services

 
  • Occupational therapists work one-on-one with patients and their families to:

  • Evaluate a person's ability to return home safely

  • Train a person in self care activities to increase independence

  • Educate a person/family on home equipment needs and home modification recommendations

How Can An Occupational Therapist Help?

 

Occupational therapists work to improve a person's strength and/or function in their hand and wrist and to promote independence with all work and leisure skills.  Typical conditionsl treated include:

  • Hand surgeries and fractures

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Arthritis

  • Stroke/Head Injury

  • Paralysis

  • Low Vision

  • Lymphedema management via manual drainage and bandaging techniques

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Wrist/hand injuries

  • COPD/debility

How to Receive Services

 

Occupational therapy services require a physician referral.  We will work closely with your physician to provide you wit hthe exact care you need.  In most cases, we are able to bill Medicare, Medicaid or your insurance provider for the service.  Please contact your provider or our office for coverage eligibility.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 618-526-5436.  Outpatient Occupational Therapy Services is conveniently located in the Healthplex at Breese.