Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists help their patients develop skills for the job of living and working. The primary goal of an Occupational Therapy (OT) program is to assist patients in regaining quality of life after injuries such as burns, head injury, spinal cord injury, or work related injury. Stroke victims and children with sensory dysfunction, development delay, or ADD/ADHD are also helped by OT because it improves interaction between the brain and body.

Occupational therapy might improve:

  • Dressing
  • Cooking
  • Housework
  • Bathing
  • Writing
  • Schoolwork
  • Sensory integration
  • Communication
  • Eating/self-feeding
  • Leisure activities/play
  • Home accessibility

If you have suffered an injury or illness that is keeping you from carrying out your daily activities or if your child exhibits delays in developmental milestones, the therapists at Outpatient Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine can help. Rehabilitation services may be scheduled after a patient is discharged from the hospital, or anytime the physician feels the patient would benefit from therapy.

Contact your physician or call (662) 334-2021 To learn more about Outpatient Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine