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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy services encompass a range of offerings, including thorough evaluations of the client's living spaces (like home, workplace, school), suggestions for adaptive equipment along with training for its use, and guidance for family members and caregivers.

Our approach to occupational therapy is holistic, focusing on tailoring the environment to meet individual needs. The individual receiving therapy is a vital part of the therapy team.

Our occupational therapy services include:

  • Evaluation and treatment for orthopedic hand and upper extremity conditions.
  • Rehabilitation for neurological conditions such as stroke, Parkinson's, head injuries, multiple sclerosis, etc.
  • Orthopedic and post-surgical rehabilitation, including procedures like shoulder replacement, hip and knee replacement, upper extremity fractures, spinal procedures, limb loss, etc.
  • Crafting custom static and dynamic orthoses. We provide fitting and suggestions for prefabricated orthoses.

Your therapist can assist you with, or provide insights into:

  • Hand and upper extremity evaluation and treatment, including custom splinting (both static and dynamic), as well as joint protection training.
  • Teaching energy conservation and simplified work techniques.
  • Enhancing daily living activities.
  • Functional cognitive treatment.
  • Training for self-care.
  • Offering complete decongestive therapy, including manual lymphatic drainage and multilayer bandaging.
  • Recommending and fitting compression garments.
  • Conducting therapeutic activities.
  • Guiding therapeutic exercises.
  • Administering fluidotherapy treatment.
  • Designing, fabricating, fitting, and teaching the use of orthoses.
  • Providing advice on joint protection and energy management.
  • Assisting with sensory re-education.
  • Offering training for daily living tasks and utilizing adaptive or assistive devices.
  • Educating about pre and post-surgical processes (such as mastectomy or hand surgery).
  • Creating and making orthoses for post-surgical, post-injury, or extended use.
  • Teaching ergonomic principles.
  • Applying manual therapy techniques.
  • Providing education for post-surgical mastectomy and associated rehabilitation.
  • Introducing adaptive strategies and recommending equipment for orthopedic and neurological patients.

Additionally, we have ASTYM-certified providers who specialize in addressing tendinopathy, stiffness in joints and muscles, post-trauma injuries, and post-surgical conditions. Their aim is to alleviate pain, restore movement, and maintain patients' active lifestyles.

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