Occupational Therapy

Many patients also need help coping with the long-term effects of an illness or injury, mental or physical disabilities or diminished abilities caused by aging. Occupational therapy helps people learn skills they need for the activities of daily life, so they can function as independently and safely as possible.

Occupational Therapy provides services for:
  • Activities of Daily Living retraining
  • Cognitive retraining
  • Visual perceptual retraining
  • Fine motor coordination
  • Orthopedic injuries including tendon injuries and splinting
  • Neurologic injuries such as stroke or head injury
  • Developmental problems in children
  • Adaptive equipment education and training