Who can benefit from Physical Therapy?

People with work-related injuries
People who have experienced strokes and head or spinal injuries
People who have been injured in falls or other accidents
People recovering from a surgery, such as a total joint replacement
People who have had amputations
People with multiple sclerosis, arthritis, cerebral palsy, and other diseases or disorders
Athletes who want to prevent sports injuries or those who have experienced such injuries
Women suffering from incontinence, pelvic pain, and pregnancy related discomfort



What can Occupational Therapy do for you?

Improve fine motor control
Activities of daily living (ADL) retraining
Tend to upper body injuries resulting from falls or work-related injuries
Provide instruction on adaptive equipment and wheelchair positioning
Ergonomic and workstation evaluations
Joint protection for arthritic joints
Functional strengthening
Energy conservation
Splinting
Home safety evaluations
Carpal tunnel rehabilitation