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Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants help people of all ages participate in the things they want and need to do by applying the therapeutic use of everyday activities or “life occupations." Common Occupational Therapy activities include helping children with disabilities to reach developmental milestones in school and social situations, helping people recovering from injury or illness to regain skills, and providing support for adults in their later years who are experiencing physical and/or cognitive changes.
Occupational Therapy services typically follow the pattern of:
Occupational Therapy can also include an assessment of the patient's home, workplace, vehicle, or other places where they wish to function at the highest possible level. Along with modifications of these spaces, adaptive equipment can often be provided by the Occupational Therapist, who will teach the patient how to use it. It is also important to include the different members of the patient's support system in the therapy team for the best results.
Occupational Therapists are trained not only to assess and treat physical limitations, but they are educated on the emotional affects of injury and disability. Due to this fact and the inclusion of the patient's support system in the process, Occupational Therapy is a holistic treatment that can truly give the patient a higher quality of life than they may have ever believed would be available to them.
Spine & Sport is your best source for physical therapy and post orthopedic surgery rehabilitation. We have 6 locations in Georgia and Florida that can meet all of you physical therapy and other wellness needs. Our physical therapists are knowledgeable about the latest methods in physical therapy and can help you overcome physical pain and meet other wellness goals you may have. Our staff can use physical therapy to treat most body pains including neck, back, foot, and leg pains. Through physical therapy we can cure daily headaches as well! Stop living in pain and visit one of our physical therapy specialists today.