Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy (OT) is an allied health profession that involves the therapeutic use of ordinary activities, or occupations, to cure physical, mental, developmental, and emotional disorders that interfere with a patient’s ability to do daily duties.
If you have pain, injury, disease, or a condition that makes it difficult for you to accomplish your job or schooling, care for yourself, complete home duties, move around, or participate in activities, this type of treatment may be beneficial.

Occupational therapy (OT) teaches you how to adapt to your surroundings.It can assist you with any task at school, work, or at home. You’ll learn how to use tools (also known as assistive devices) if you require them.

It can help you do specific things like:

  • Eat without help from others
  • Take part in leisure activities
  • Do office work
  • Bathe and get dressed
  • Do laundry or clean up around the house