Occupational therapists guide and instruct patients with physical and developmental problems to help the patient learn how to live independently. Skilled treatment helps patients in activities of daily living through the use of adaptive equipment, family education, sensorimotor skills, exercise, hand therapy and orthopedic splinting for upper extremity dysfunction. We provide:

  • Ability to perform daily tasks
  • Adjusting to occupation-related tasks after care
  • Certified hand therapist for orthopedic, tendon and neurological injuries, overuse and arthritis
  • Neonatal development
  • Treatment of lymphedema (swelling of the arm or leg) by patients who undergo surgical or radiation therapies for cancer
  • Upper extremity work conditioning