Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a discipline that focuses on improving the quality of life and independence of individuals through the effective use of their skills and abilities. This includes helping people who need support in regaining or maintaining their ability to perform daily activities. The goals of occupational therapy may include improving coordination, strength, dexterity, and mobility, as well as supporting the learning of new skills and strategies for performing tasks and activities in daily life.
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Who Our Ocupational Therapy Serves:

  • Ocupational Therapy for children:

    • Autism Spectrum Disorders
    • Intellectual Disability
    • Developmental Disorders
    • Learning Disorders
    • Physical Disability
    • Chronic Illness
    • Traumatic Injuries
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Sensory Integration
    • Early Intervention
    • Feeding Issues
    • Others
  • Ocupational Therapy for adults:

    • Parkinson's Disease
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Spinal Cord Traumatic Injuries
    • Stroke
    • Ictus
    • Dementia
    • Movement Disorders
    • Fine Motor Skill Disorders
    • Sensory Integration
    • Others

How we treat the pathology and its symptoms:

  • Our occupational therapists employ a wide variety of techniques and methods to help improve the functionality and autonomy of our patients. These include strength and mobilization exercises, training in daily life skills, adaptation and use of technical aids and specialized equipment, and play therapy. In addition, we work with our patients on specific tasks and activities to improve their dexterity, coordination, and independence, using various materials and tools to support this process. We provide a welcoming and safe environment where patients can learn and practice new skills at their own pace and achieve their goals.