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Occupational Therapy

Trained Specialists Assist Patients with Activities of Daily Living

We offer a full-service occupational therapy program for outpatients and inpatients. Our skilled therapists work with pediatric patients, as well as adult orthopedics patients, as well as helping those with neurologic conditions. When you work with an FMDH occupational therapist, you can get the specialized assistance you need to increase your independence in performing every day tasks (“occupations”).

Occupational therapy (OT) is different from physical therapy. The goal of OT is to help you learn how to perform activities of daily living and addressing your specific disability by improving fine and gross motor skills. An occupational therapist is the best rehab expert to help you make your home, work, or school environment safe and navigable. For instance, your occupational therapist can help you learn how to develop new techniques to compensate for any disability you have.

Am I Eligible for Occupational Therapy?

Patients in our OT program must have a doctor’s referral and treatment plan prescription. No matter the condition or diagnosis you have, we get you back to “you.” The goal is to help you overcome the illnesses or injuries that may affect your everyday activities more challenging so you can do want you want and need to do. Our therapists are here for you, whether you need help regaining skills or facing physical challenges.

Some diagnoses include:

  • Stroke
  • Nerve laceration/impingement
  • Broken bones
  • Tennis elbow
  • Arthritis
  • Hand and wrist injuries

If you have any questions or concerns regarding physical, occupational therapy or normal development of your infant or toddler, or, if they have any known abnormalities, consult your physician regarding a possible therapy referral.

Contact Us
Office hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
You can reach Occupational Therapy (Rehabilitation Services) at (406) 228-3635.