The goal of Occupational Therapy is to enable people to live life to its fullest. To occupational therapists, a “full” life means engagement in the activities that a person wants and needs to do, no matter what injury, illness, condition, disability, lifestyle, or environment stands in the way. These everyday human activities are what we call “occupations”, and they are the building blocks of our physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual health. Occupational therapists help people perform, modify or adapt their skills and activities in order to live healthier, happier, and more productive lives.
Here at Medical Center Hospital we offer acute (hospital), inpatient rehab, and outpatient therapy services focusing on recovery from injuries and diagnosis over a patients’ lifespan from infant to geriatrics. Below are some of the services we provide.
- Stroke survivors
- Hand therapy
- Wheelchair seating and positioning
- Pain reduction
- Getting function back
- Basic and advanced self-care skills
- Contracture management
- Caregiver education
- Upper extremity injuries
- Work simulation
- Work related injuries
For more information about any of these services, contact Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation Department at (432) 640-1230.