Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists evaluate patients with joint conditions, such as arthritis, to determine the impact the disease on their activities of daily living. Occupational therapists can design and prescribe assistive devices that can improve the quality of the activities of daily living for patients with arthritis and other conditions of the muscles and joints.

  • Activities of Daily Living to improve independence with daily tasks.
  • Splint Fabrication for upper extremity injuries.
  • Hand Therapy to treat injuries to the wrist and hand.
  • Home Safety Evaluations to make sure the patient's home is safe to return to.
  • Preparing the Patient for home and community re-entry.
  • Therapeutic Exercise to improve strength, range of motion, and motor coordination.
  • Arthritis Management
  • Wheelchair Positioning Assessment
  • Access Adaptive Equipment Needs