Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy services has more or less identical goals with Physical Therapy, but they differ in many ways. While occupational therapy aims to restore a patient’s lost abilities, it focuses on the skills that are necessary in reestablishing his/her occupational know-how. Physical therapy is concerned with the overall aspect of physical functioning for maintenance, restoration, and rehabilitation. On the other hand, occupational therapy is more focused on rehabilitation alone.

Occupational therapists engage the patients under rehabilitation to daily living activities in a step-by-step process, slowly reintroducing the task until the ultimate goal of recuperation is met. The focus are on:

  • thumb-imgPatient Education
  • Health Assessment
  • Body Mechanics
  • Home Exercise Program
  • Adaptive Equipment Assessment and Instruction
  • Basic Skills Evaluation
  • Pain Management
  • Independent Living Training
  • Exercise Programs
  • Basic Level Skills Education and Training
  • Device Assistance Training
  • Work Simplification

Contact us today for more information about our Occupational Therapy services.

Service Areas

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  • Collin
  • Cooke
  • Dallas
  • Denton
  • Kaufman
  • Rockwall
  • Hood
  • Hunt
  • Johnson
  • Ellis
  • Erath
  • Fannin
  • Grayson
  • Navarro
  • Sommervell
  • Palo Pinto
  • Parker
  • Tarrant
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Contact
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2001 St. Joseph Way
Arlington, Texas 76002

Phone: 817-468-1676
Fax: 817-468-8483
Mobile: 214-893-2800
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