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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy at PT Solutions

At PT Solutions, our blend of science, creativity, and compassion in our occupational therapy treatments makes all the difference. It’s what guides us in helping you reach your goals. Whether help is needed with everyday functional tasks such as getting dressed, eating, or completing a meaningful activity, our therapists are here to help.

Occupational therapy is beneficial because it aims to change your environment in the most effective ways. Working through an occupational therapy program will make you feel more in control of your life, and give you the strength and confidence needed to adapt to your environment.

How Does Occupational Therapy Work?

Your occupational therapy program will begin with a thorough evaluation to understand your goals and what you are wanting to achieve. A treatment plan is then designed based on these goals to help you manage daily activities in a more effective way. Your timeline will look like the following:

  • Complete an extensive physical evaluation
  • Identify goals
  • Undergo an individualized care plan to reach goals
  • Review results to ensure benchmarks are being hit
  • Adjust your plan if needed
  • Set new goals
  • Repeat

Who Is Occupational Therapy For?

I don’t hurt anymore and I’ve become a lot stronger and that in itself is worth everything. I highly recommend this place for all your physical therapy and occupational therapy needs, you will not be disappointed.

Sonya A.
If limitations are hindering an individual from activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, using the restroom, getting dressed, eating, moving around, grooming, or sleeping, occupational therapy can help. OT lets people of all ages fulfill the activities they want and need to do. Adults and children alike can reap the benefits of occupational therapy.

OT can benefit those with:

  • Autism & other pervasive developmental disorders
  • Amputations
  • Birth injuries or defects
  • Burns
  • Cancer
  • Developmental Delays
  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Mental health or behavioral problems
  • Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, and other chronic illnesses
  • Post-surgical Conditions
  • Sensory processing disorders
  • Spina Bifida
  • Traumatic brain or spinal cord injuries

Request an Occupational Therapy Appointment Today!