An Occupational Therapist works with you to help you achieve a fulfilled life, through, the use of activity designed to achieve functional outcomes which promote health, prevent injury and improve and restore your level of independence. Occupational Therapy is about helping you to do the day-to-day tasks.

The hand and wrist work together to allow you to perform activities of daily living, as well as participating in athletic and artistic endeavors. Working with your hands is not only functionally important, but can enhance your life. The goal of hand surgery is to treat pathology caused by overuse trauma, inflammatory or degenerative processes. Restoration of function and resolution of symptoms, such as pain, are critical goals of our discipline. Most conditions are amenable to initial non-operative management.

Some reasons you may seek OT include:
• Arthritis
• Carpel Tunnel
• Fractures
• Tendon Repairs
• Dupuytren’s Contracture
• Splinting
• Stroke Rehab
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Spinal Cord Injury
• Brain Injury
• Parkinson’s Disease.
• Orthotics for hands, fingers, wrist and elbow

For more information about Occupational Therapy or to make an appointment contact Pro Motion Rehab today.