Occupational therapy is provided to help patients maximize fine motor skills. The most basic difference between physical therapy and occupational therapy is that a physical therapist focuses on improving the patient’s ability to move their body whereas an occupational therapist focuses on improving the patient’s ability to perform activities of daily living.
Occupational Therapy protocols to regain independent function
- Non-Surgical: has no side effects and requires no recovery time
- Proven Effective: patients experience success to restore function
- Gentle: treatment is comfortable and builds confidence