An Introduction to Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy, as it applies to physical therapy, is an area of therapy used for individuals who are recuperating from a physical illness. Rehabilitation involves performing the activities that are needed for daily life. The goal of an occupational therapist is to help facilitate an individual's ability to live life to the fullest.

What is the goal of Occupational Therapy?

 Promoting health and preventing illness are the most important goals of an occupational therapist. When an illness restricts your ability to live your best life, an occupational therapist will work with you to develop an individual plan for living better with injury, illness, or disability.

Top Reasons You May Need to See an Occupational Therapist

Developmental Disability People with developmental disabilities often work with Occupational Therapists to gain the skills to transition to independent living

Long Term Health Benefits As we age our bodies often lose the ability to do things that could easily do before. This is especially important with people who suffer from chronic medical conditions. Working with an Occupational Therapist helps keep you healthy and productive.

Recovery from Physical and Cognitive Illness Recovery from an illness, such as a stroke, requires the assistance of an Occupational Therapist to help rebuild and maintain independence.

If you need the assistance of an occupational therapist in the Naples and Fort Myers Florida area the skilled therapists at Neuroscience and Spine Associates can educate you on the best options for recovery and assist in returning you to your best self.

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