Occupational Therapy

How Occupational Therapists treat patients

Occupational Therapists assess and treat patients with physical, mental or cognitive disorders to develop, recover or maintain self-care and community living skills. This includes helping patients achieve functional independence, adapt their environments, modify a task or learn new skills.

They also assist with:

  • Concussion management

  • Functional capacity evaluations for people needing cognitive assessments

  • Daily living difficulties related to cognitive challenges.

  • Assessments (cognition, function)

  • Education and adaptive strategies (including aids)

Occupational therapy appointments can vary depending on the issues and treatment. We treat a wide variety of people and conditions, and are flexible to your needs. Call us for more information about what to expect at your appointment.

Our OTs can support you with:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Arthritis

  • Child development (Fine and Gross Motor Kills)

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Concussion and brain injury

  • Dementia and memory loss

  • Learning disabilities

  • Mobility (Equipment prescription, fall prevention)

  • Making your home safe and accessible

  • Managing chronic pain

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Returning to school and work

  • Stress management

  • Sleep and fatigue

  • Stroke recovery

  • Workplace disability

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