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Occupational Therapy (OT) is a health and rehabilitation profession designed
to help people regain and build skills through the performance of activities
required in daily life.

    Occupational Therapy Goals

    Occupational Therapy Goals

    • Improve/restore functional movement, strength and coordination in the upper extremities.
    • Develop the highest level of independence in daily activities, such as feeding, bathing, home management, leisure, etc. This may include training to use adaptive equipment or adaptive techniques.
    • Assist with retraining perceptual and visual-motor skills.
    • Position through splinting.
    • Provide patient and family education for home exercise, home care, joint protection, energy conservation, etc.
    Outpatient Occupational Therapy Services

    Outpatient Occupational Therapy Services

    • ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) 
    • Hand therapy
    • Adaptive equipment 
    • Therapeutic exercise/neuromuscular re-education
    • Neurological disorder rehabilitation
    • Oncology/lymphedema rehabilitation
    • Pelvic floor rehabilitation
    • Custom splinting/orthotics
    • Driving simulator
    • Pain management
    • Patient and family education
    Occupational Therapy Common Diagnosis

    Occupational Therapy Common Diagnosis

    • Hand/wrist/arm injury
    • Sports injuries
    • Stroke/brain injury
    • Post-surgical 
    • Carpel tunnel
    • Lymphedema
    • Arthritis 
    • Dementia/Alzheimer's disease
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Parkinson's disease
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