Occupational Therapy


Occupational therapy works to improve self-care skills including the ability to bathe, eat, get dressed, and manage at home and/or work. Evidence based practice is utilized for therapeutic interventions that may include neurological rehab manual techniques, use of adaptive equipment, electrical stimulation, robotics, visual perceptual techniques, fine motor coordination, strengthening, balance and safety strategies. Occupational therapy makes suggestions for specialized equipment and/or teaching strategies to maximize a patient’s level of independence with self-care skills.

Our Occupational Therapists have achieved specialty training in brain injury (Certified Brain Injury Specialist) and stroke treatment (Neuro-IFRAH, NDT) neurological treatment (Lymphedema Certification), functional cognition, visual perceptual disorders and treatment for spinal cord injury.