Occupational Therapy Services

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Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapy services are led by highly qualified and trained occupational therapists who provide support to people with physical, cognitive, and perceptual problems to maximize their independence and improve their lifestyle. Our occupational therapists will help you restore your ability to perform activities of daily living and improve your participation in meaningful activities after physical injury or disability. At Reem Hospital, occupational therapy will unlock your potential for full recovery by developing a treatment program tailored to your needs and preferences.

Occupational Therapy Subspecialties

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Occupational Therapy – Inpatient

  • Support for people having difficulty completing activities of daily living at their prior functional level Life skills (dressing, self-feeding, grooming, play, time management)
  • Acute cognitive impairments
  • ROM and strengthening exercises
  • Positioning and orthotic fabrication and management
  • Functional endurance
  • Congenital hand differences
  • Upper extremity traumatic injuries
  • Spasticity and movement disorders
  • Motor difficulties
  • Sensory organizational skills related to neonatal and acute neurological events

Occupational Therapy – Outpatient

  • Upper extremity traumatic injuries and sports-related injury
  • Musculoskeletal, orthopedic, or neurologic disorders or injuries
  • Spasticity and movement disorders
  • Congenital hand differences
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Neurodevelopmental conditions
  • Motor planning and coordination difficulties
  • Sensory processing difficulties
  • Neurologic/Movement disorders
  • Visual Perceptual Difficulties
  • Infant torticollis and plagiocephaly
  • Delayed gross and fine motor development
  • Adaptive equipment needs
  • Treatment related to acute or chronic conditions

Occupational Therapy – Inpatient

  • Support for people having difficulty completing activities of daily living at their prior functional level Life skills (dressing, self-feeding, grooming, play, time management)
  • Acute cognitive impairments
  • ROM and strengthening exercises
  • Positioning and orthotic fabrication and management
  • Functional endurance
  • Congenital hand differences
  • Upper extremity traumatic injuries
  • Spasticity and movement disorders
  • Motor difficulties
  • Sensory organizational skills related to neonatal and acute neurological events

Occupational Therapy – Outpatient

  • Upper extremity traumatic injuries and sports-related injury
  • Musculoskeletal, orthopedic, or neurologic disorders or injuries
  • Spasticity and movement disorders
  • Congenital hand differences
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Neurodevelopmental conditions
  • Motor planning and coordination difficulties
  • Sensory processing difficulties
  • Neurologic/Movement disorders
  • Visual Perceptual Difficulties
  • Infant torticollis and plagiocephaly
  • Delayed gross and fine motor development
  • Adaptive equipment needs
  • Treatment related to acute or chronic conditions

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