College Station Medical Center’s Occupational Therapy Program helps patients return to home and work activities by regaining needed function and skills. Occupational therapy can include treatment methods for pain control or muscle stimulation, hand therapy and activities to improve sensory motor processing in pediatric and adult patients with neurological deficits. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to regain independence in all areas of function through an individualized treatment plan.
Services provided include:
- activities of daily living training
- evaluation and treatment of hand and elbow pathologies
- lymphedema treatment
- poststroke rehabilitation
- splint fabrication
- transfer mobility training
- work conservation/safety
For more information about Occupational Therapy at College Station Medical Center, call 979-680-5420.