If you have a physical or developmental condition that impacts your independence and day-to-day activity, our occupational therapists are here to help.
We assist you with self-care, home and work skills, recreational activities and cognitive deficits.
About Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapists (OTs) treat a wide range of diagnoses, with a focus on the upper extremities, and work with patients to improve performance of functional activities, including activities of daily living, education, work, play, leisure, social participation and sleep.
At Bronson Rehabilitation, we customize individualized OT treatment plans to put you on a path to performing more optimally while also preventing future injuries.
Who Can Benefit from Occupational Therapy?
Anyone feeling limited when participating in normal day-to-day functions, exercise, or sport and recreational activities due to pain or other symptoms can benefit from occupational therapy. An ideal candidate for OT is someone who is trying to reach a functional goal and feels motivated to actively work toward and achieve that goal.
Conditions We Treat
At Bronson Rehabilitation, we treat a number of different orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions and diseases. Here are just a few of the many diagnoses our occupational therapists treat every day:
- Hand: Post-Operative, Fractures, Tendinopathies, Contractures, Neuropathies, Repetitive Stress Injuries
- Wrist: Fractures, Ligament/Soft Tissue Sprains, Carpal Instabilities
- Elbow: Fractures, Lateral and Medial Epicondylitis, Nerve Entrapments
- Shoulder: Rotator Cuff, Tendonitis, Labral Pathology, Impingement, Nerve Entrapment
- Vision: Post Concussion/Brain Injury Visual Impairments
- Pediatrics: Developmental Delays, Feeding, Musculoskeletal Impairments, Sports Injuries
- Ergonomics: Work Place Modifications, Postural Dysfunction
- Splinting: Custom Fabricated Orthosis of Elbow, Wrist and Hand
- Lymphedema: Manual lymph drainage and compression garments.
- Neurological: Assessing how the physical, cognitive, and the behavioral impairments primarily affect your activities of daily living and providing compensatory options