Our occupational therapy services at Pinnacle Orthopedics are provided to individuals with injuries, disease, and dysfunction of the hand and upper extremity. Our occupational therapists analyze a person’s daily routines by studying the steps necessary to perform a task or activity, the performance skills required to perform the task or activity, performance or workflow patterns, activity demands, and the physical environment in which the person engages in his or her daily routines.
Who needs Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy (OT) aims to help people, regardless of age, who may have physical, sensory or cognitive difficulties because of an injury, illness, or disability. According to the American Occupational Therapy Association, OT practitioners help their patients to manage impairments and “live life to fullest”.
This program usually entails interventions to help the patients recover and regain skills they lost following an accident or disease. It may also involve helping people with disabilities to thrive in school, employment, or social situations.
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