Outpatient Occupational Therapy offers personalized therapeutic services for people of all ages to help them achieve maximum functional ability.
The therapy takes an approach that considers the patient’s roles and environment, including rehabilitation, habilitation, and overall wellness support. It treats the whole person and can benefit individuals recovering from injuries or those with cognitive disabilities affecting their motor skills.
Outpatient Occupational Therapy can help individuals better execute tasks and activities in their everyday lives. It provides a highly customized approach to rehabilitation, helping people recover from a range of issues.
It can benefit those with chronic pain, postural issues, balance deficits, muscle imbalances, and instability which can contribute to falls, increase pain, or limit the ability to move and perform in daily or sports-related activities.
Improving Quality of Life
Outpatient Occupational Therapy offers various benefits to individuals who are looking to improve their quality of life. It can help individuals recover from post-operative rehabilitation, including joint replacement, ACL reconstruction, rotator cuff repair, fracture repair, labral, and cartilage injury repairs, surgeries of the spine, carpal tunnel, and more.
Additionally, it can help those suffering from chronic pain potentially due to arthritis, tendonitis, or fibromyalgia, as well as issues of the head and neck such as headaches, whiplash, disc problems, and neurologic disorders such as stroke, Parkinson’s, and more.
Overall, Outpatient Occupational Therapy provides a highly personalized approach to rehabilitation, helping individuals recover and accomplish their goals to better themselves as a whole.