Occupational therapy teaches the patient to use mechanical aids to perform many of the routine activities of life, such as bathing, dressing and grooming. Therapists take into account each patient's environment, making modifications as necessary to benefit the patient's independence. CMH also provides Occupational Health Services to employers and workers.
Specialization in the areas of positioning, splinting, hand treatment, energy conservation and vision rehabilitation are also available to promote our patients' well-being.
- Post-surgical upper extremity rehabilitation
- Neurological conditions
- Orthopaedic conditions
- Sports medicine
- Carpal tunnel
- Hand therapy
- Industrial rehabilitation
- Return-to-work programs
- Shoulder rehabilitation
- Splinting and related orthotic devices
- Adaptive aids and devices
- Pediatric neurodevelopmental therapy
- Community integration
- Techniques to compensate for visual or muscle strength loss
- Techniques for adapting to the normal challenges of aging
- Training in activities of daily living: eating, dressing, bathing, etc.
- Training with specialized adaptive equipment
- Wheelchair management
- Sensory Integration