Occupational therapy is a health profession that specializes in helping people gain independence with activities that are most important to them following injury, disease, or physical disability. We assist patients in reaching their maximum level of function, while learning to live within the limits of their capabilities. Areas addressed by OT may include basic skills such as dressing, self-feeding, and toileting. Once these basic skills are achieved, other aspects of living such as getting back to work or hobbies may be addressed.
Our two registered occupational therapists use adaptive equipment, exercise, splints, safety awareness training, and ergonomic instruction to improve function after injuries and illnesses. Patients with variety of medical conditions, including stroke, arthritis, prolonged bedrest, joint replacement surgeries, hand/wrist injuries, fractures, falls, low vision, neurological diseases, and coordination problems may benefit from our services.
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