At Life In Motion, Occupational Therapy focuses on orthopedic rehabilitation of the hand and upper extremity. This is a particular practice area of Occupational Therapy that is simply referred to as “Hand Therapy.” Click here to learn more.
Yes, once you have completed your therapy sessions, your therapist will review your continued home program.
Physical and Occupational Therapists have years of university-level training in anatomy, physiology, kinesiology (study of joint movement), neurology, and many of the other medical sciences. Our therapists have graduated from accredited therapy programs and are state licensed. In general, Physical Therapy programs now require a doctorate degree and Occupational Therapy programs require a master’s degree.