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A Happier, Healthier You

Occupational therapy involves the evaluation, treatment, and management of functional limitations affecting a patient’s ability to perform his or her normal activities with treatment aimed at achieving greater independence in all facets of life. Treatment may consist of improving gross and fine motor skills, strength, range of motion, perception and cognition, as well as increasing independence with activities of daily living, such as feeding, grooming, dressing, and homemaking skills. Splinting and adaptive equipment may also be used to improve independence and function.

Tonya DeKoker, OTR, CHT

Jessica Davis, OTR

Occupational Therapy: Service
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