Occupational Therapy

caregiver assisting senior woman to walkThere are patients who are weak or incapable of moving their body because of an injury, post-surgery, or illness. The goal of occupational therapy is to help patients become independent again especially in doing their daily tasks and responsibilities.

The treatment or therapy may cover these areas:

  • Basic Skills Evaluation
  • Restoring Sensation and Sensory Function
  • Strength Training
  • Occupation-Focused Practice Models
  • Assessment of Cognition and Psychosocial Needs
  • Muscle Control Restoration
  • Fitting of Prosthetic Devices for Amputations
  • Energy Conservation
  • Work Simplification
  • Improving Coordination
  • Prevention of Disease and Injury

We will sit down with the patient and the family to analyze what else we can offer. You can e-mail us or give us a call.