Occupational therapists and assistants work with you and your physician to identify how the most important activities of daily living factor into your recovery. Good Samaritan Hospital strives for total support through education, counseling and continuous encouragement to help you progress toward your goals and recovery.
Occupational therapy evaluation and treatment programs assist patients with the following conditions and diseases:
- Neuromuscular disorders
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Orthopedic conditions
- Post-Musculoskeletal surgery
- Joint Replacement
- Respiratory failure
Each patient is assessed and a plan of care is developed in collaboration with the patient and family.
Treatment may include:
- Therapeutic exercise
- Neuromuscular re-education
- Self care/home management training
- Safety procedures
- Adaptive equipment
- Orthotic management and training
A physician referral is needed to receive this service.
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