Rehabilitation Services

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Occupational Therapy

Presbyterian’s occupational therapy team can help patients regain or improve their physical function and movement after surgery, following an injury or because of the effects of a chronic illness. Occupational therapists use different types of treatments depending on your specific needs. They work closely with your healthcare provider and other therapy team members to create a personalized rehabilitation plan. Some types of treatments used may include therapeutic exercises, stretches, hands-on therapy, and training in the use of different devices to help with activities of daily living (ADLs). Our team also provides patient education so you can continue to maintain or improve your physical function even after your formal occupational therapy treatment period is over.

Medical professional helps patient with wrist brace.

Services / Conditions Treated

Some common conditions treated by our occupational therapy team include:


  • Arthritis

  • Hand therapy - all hand, finger, wrist injuries or after surgeries

  • Joint injuries (finger, hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder)

  • Joint replacement (finger, hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder)

  • Muscle weakness

  • Post-operative rehabilitation (finger, hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder)

  • Worker’s Compensation injuries


  • Spinal cord injuries

  • Stroke, cerebrovascular accident (CVA) or transient ischemic attack (TIA)

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)

Other Conditions

  • Amputation (phantom limb pain, prosthetic training)

  • Cancer

  • Lymphedema

Treatments/Tests Performed

Some common treatments performed by our occupational therapy team include:

  • Adaptive equipment training

  • Assistance with activities of daily living

  • Body mechanics, posture and joint protection training

  • Coordination training

  • Electrical stimulation/TENS

  • Heat and cold pack therapy

  • Improving motor skills, especially fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination

  • Joint mobilization and manipulation

  • Kinesiology taping

  • Laser and light therapy

  • Therapeutic exercise

  • Therapeutic ultrasound

  • Self-care routine planning and assistance

  • Solid Ground fall prevention training

  • Splinting for post-op, pain, and deformity


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