If you have experienced an injury or are recovering from surgery, or suffering from illness, we can help you recover faster than anticipated. Occupational therapy services are available to patients on an outpatient basis, making appointments and scheduling convenient to your schedule.

Our goal is to find you the independence and quality of life you need.

We evaluate patient first to determine their level of ability to complete daily living activities. 

These activities include:

  • Hygiene and dressing skills
  • Upper extremity strength
  • Coordination
  • Joint motion
  • Functional safety for independent living

Once your evaluation is complete, your occupational therapy team will develop a custom treatment program, which is re-evaluated and modified as you progress through your care.

Therapy may be right for you.

If you've experienced any of the following, therapy may be needed: 

  • Work-related injuries to upper extremities
  • Amputation or have been fitted with prosthetics
  • Stroke or heart attack
  • Head injuries or concussion
  • Arthritis, multiple sclerosis or permanent disability
  • Severe burns to the upper extremities
  • Mental health problems or severe emotional distress

Rehabilitation for hands

Bioness Therapy® is the latest treatment for helping patients diagnosed with stroke, brain injury, or spinal cord injury improve hand and foot function and voluntary movement. The innovative Bioness NESS H200 Neuroprosthetic and Rehabilitation System helps patients diagnosed with stroke, brain injury, or spinal cord injury improve hand function and voluntary movement. 

How does it work?

The Bioness NESS H200 uses electrical stimulation to improve upper-extremity rehabilitation. The device surrounds a patient's hand and forearm for proper limb positions.

Five surface electrodes are integrated into the system to stimulate and activate the hand and facilitate neuromuscular re-education. Therapy programs and function modes are pre-programmed, providing the clinician and the patient control over the desired hand activation. Once the device is fitted on a patient, movement can begin immediately, offering an encouraging experience for renewed hope.

How does it help?

Using this new technology, patients can practice grasping and releasing objects, while also performing activities of daily living. With consistent treatment, patients can regain range of motion, while further reducing spasticity. Complete therapeutic benefits include:

  • Assisted atrophy prevention
  • Facilitated muscle re-education
  • Improved hand function
  • Increased range of motion and blood circulation
  • Reduced spasticity