Occupational therapy helps people do the everyday things that matter to them and teaches people who have suffered from pain, illness, or injury to regain the ability to get dressed, participate is social activities, cook meals, or perform job-related tasks.
Occupational therapy often includes:
- Determine which daily activities need to be modified to fit the patient’s unique physical needs
- Measuring outcomes and adjusting therapy plans accordingly
- Evaluation to determine the patient’s goals and outlook
- Therapy plan to help the patient reach their goals
Occupational therapists can make home visits to determine what changes need to be made in the home as well as provide guidance on how to better organize the home for increased functionality.
The physicians at Cedar Hill Pain and Rehab can help determine the best treatment plan that works for you and improves your quality of life.