Occupational therapy provides treatment to help you live as independently and productively as possible when faced with serious injury, illness, surgical recovery or other health conditions. You can count on our trusting occupational therapists at UNC Medical Center to assist you in regaining your strength; relearn how to do everyday activities and find new ways of doing things you did before.
At UNC Medical Center, our occupational therapists are an integral part of the interdisciplinary treatment team that provides recommendations for safe discharge planning, including current and potential functional skill level, disposition, and level of assistance needed after discharge. Our highly trained and licensed therapists work closely with families, physicians, and other healthcare providers to address the current needs and establish long-term goals for each patients.
Occupational therapists help children and adults develop or recover their ability to perform Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) including but not limited to the following areas:
- Range of motion and stretching
- Functional Mobility
- Visual Rehabilitation
- Return to work
- Cooking and home tasks
- Driving Rehabilitation
- Hand Rehabilitation