Outpatient Rehabilitation Therapy

Rehabilitation therapy is an area of rehabilitative medicine that focuses on helping people regain or maintain their ability to perform their usual daily activities as easily and independently as possible.

Rehabilitation therapy helps people overcome or adapt to permanent or temporary disability. Our staff works to help their patients learn how to manage everyday tasks despite these disabilities, including personal care, household chores, work-related tasks, and social activities. This may involve several therapies, tools, and techniques, including targeted exercise, education and training, adaptive technologies and tools, and environmental modifications.  

What Are the Benefits of Outpatient Occupational Therapy?
  • Improving Physical Functioning
  • Encouraging Exercises 
  • Recommending Home/Daily Life Modifications
  • Physical Activity Regimen

Older adults are not the only ones who can benefit from occupational therapy. An OT can greatly improve the lives of people living with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, or other chronic diseases, as well as individuals who have survived a sudden health crisis. Here are a few of the ways an OT can help!

  • Multiple sclerosis: Patient rehabilitation can reduce the severity of symptoms of the disease and improve the ability to complete activities of daily living.
  • Parkinson’s Disease: Repetitive physical exercises can improve diachronic motor and sensory-perceptual performance skills.
  • Post-Stroke Recovery: Specialized therapy plans can help individuals achieve personal recovery goals.