Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy at CMH

Improving patients’ performance of everyday skill and activities

Occupational Therapy at CMH is a rehabilitation field that helps improve a patient’s quality of functioning. In addition to upper body motion, strength and coordination, occupational therapy encourages rehabilitation through the performance of everyday skills and activities, such as: dressing, eating, grooming, writing with a pen or pencil, cooking and driving.

Occupational therapy tailored to fit your individual needs, including:

  • Provision of exercises to improve motion and strength of upper extremities
  • Fabrication of custom splints and bracing to support or increase function
  • Improvement of fine motor skills and hand therapy
  • Instruction of clients in adaptive skills for dressing and cooking
  • Recommendation of appropriate assistive devices to improve function
  • Treatment of disorders of the inner ear and vertigo

There are many different reasons someone may need occupational therapy. Examples of conditions that our occupational therapists can assist you with are:

  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Fractures of elbow, wrist and hand
  • Hand injuries
  • Tendonitis and arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendon repairs
  • Vestibular conditions
  • Vertigo
  • Inner ear dysfunctions
  • Neurological conditions
  • Strokes
  • Multiple sclerosis