Occupational therapy is the specialized evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of people of all ages to maintain the meaningful daily activities or “occupations” of the individual. Occupational therapists use various techniques to help patients with tasks they must complete on a daily basis for self-care and home management; job specific activities; or structured play for pediatric patients.
Common conditions for occupational therapy:
• Work related injuries, especially upper extremity
• Surgical and non-surgical care of the elbow, wrist and hand
• Neurological disorders: stroke, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury
• Generalized weakness and endurance
• Pediatric patients with developmental delay, autism, and trauma
To learn more, please call (830) 278- 6251 ext. 1621.
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