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Occupational Therapy

Restore function to successfully perform daily activities

Older man holding stretch bands with assistance from female physical therapist

Our highly-skilled occupational therapy team can customize a program to help restore function through range-of-motion, strengthening and coordination exercises.  Patient and family education, as well as equipment needs, is included as needed.

Occupational therapy helps prepare patients to successfully perform daily activities, such as bathing, dressing and home care management and promotes a person’s ability to lead an active and independent lifestyle.

Our occupational therapists help patients of all ages regain their independence in doing normal, everyday activities. Therapists often work with patients who have problems with their hands and wrists after suffering from broken bones, carpal tunnel, hand surgeries and arthritis. They also work with patients who have experienced a stroke, head injuries or other neurological conditions.

Our highly-skilled occupational therapy team will customize a program to help restore function through:

  • Activities of daily living, such as dressing and bathing
  • Range-of-motion, strengthening and coordination exercises
  • Patient and family education and training in equipment needs
  • Vision and memory training

Our highly-skilled occupational therapy team can customize a program to help restore function through range-of-motion, strengthening and coordination exercises.  Patient and family education, as well as equipment needs, is included as needed.

Typical conditions treated include:

  • Hand surgeries and fractures
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Arthritis
  • Stroke/Head Injury
  • Paralysis
  • Low Vision
  • Parkinson’s/Movement Disorders
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Wrist/hand injuries
  • COPD/debility
  • Lymphedema
  • Oncology Wellness