Occupational Hand Therapy

OAM’s onsite occupational therapy (OT) services help people return to the activities of everyday life following an orthopedic disease or injury—whether that’s work, leisure, domestic life, or community activities. We use education, exercise, activities, assistive technology, and adaptive devices to help people engage or re-engage in the activities that matter most to them. We help our patients accomplish tasks that will enhance their everyday life, we help modify their living and work environments to minimize limitations, and much more. Every day, we’re helping people build their abilities in:

  • Communication
  • Community, social, and civic life
  • Daily activities
  • Domestic life
  • Interpersonal interaction and relationships
  • Mobility
  • Self-care

Talk to us about how our OT team can help you increase your participation in work and life by calling 616-459-3900.