Three image collage of physical therapists helping patients with their arm, knee and walking.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps patients to participate in the activities of everyday life including work, leisure, self-care, and daily household activities. Our goal is to meet the specific needs of the patient and improve their overall quality of life.

Occupational Therapy services include:

  • Adaptive eating/dressing aids
  • Activities of daily living and retraining (ADLs)
  • Home Management and the care of others
  • Lymphedema Therapy
  • Energy conservation/Work simplification
  • Improving and restoring attention span, memory & problem solving ability
  • Stroke Rehab/Muscle Reeducation
  • Splinting - Static and dynamic splinting to prevent contractures or improve function
  • Upper extremity functional skills - improve range of movement, strength-coordination
  • Energy conservation/Work simplification

Our therapists are Saeboflex certified technicians in the revolutionary new arm training program for individuals suffering from a neurological injury, such as stroke. For more information on this revolutionary treatment program see



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