Occupational Therapy
 

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Inpatient Acute Care, Sub-acute Rehab and Outpatient Care

Occupational therapy involves the evaluation, assessment, and treatment of upper body dysfunctions caused by medical disorders and injuries/trauma. Your quality of life is enhanced by addressing activities of daily living (ADLs) and by promoting your independence and well-being.

The Evaluation Process

The occupational therapists/certified hand therapists at MacNeal begin by evaluating your individual needs to:

  • Identify your limitations in range of motion, strength, and balance
  • Assess your deficits in ADLs
  • Assess your need for adaptive equipment or a brace/splint
  • Educate you and your family on your condition
  • Create your plan of care

MacNeal is here to help if you or a family member needs treatment for:

  • Post-surgical conditions (orthopedic and neurological)
  • Orthopedic conditions like post-casting, wrist/hand pain, tendonitis, arthritis
  • Neurological conditions including stroke
  • Post-trauma/injury conditions
  • Work related injuries

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

To find out more about how MacNeal Occupational and Hand Therapy can care your family, please contact us at (708)783-3134.

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