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Occupational therapy

Occupational therapy provides specialised rehabilitation for patients who are unable to take care of themselves in daily life due to physical, mental or cognitive impairments. Occupational therapists help patients to become more independent by providing training, advice and support through activities and role play scenarios.

Medical conditions

  • Neurological conditions, with sensorimotor rehabilitation and training in activities of daily living (ADLs)
  • Hip replacements, with advice on movements to reduce the risk of prosthesis dislocation
  • General fitness, by working on the upper limbs and training in ADLs
  • Neurological pain, with somatosensory rehabilitation
  • Lower limb amputations, by training the patient to carry out ADLs without a prosthesis and helping them to choose and use a wheelchair
  • Hand conditions, with an orthosis and motor rehabilitation
  • Back pain, by the patient taking part in a back rehabilitation plan and the occupational therapist providing advice about how to perform everyday movements correctly while making workplace adjustments that meet the patient’s needs