• Occupational Therapy

  • At Tryba Physical Therapy, our Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants are committed to working with your physician to help you find fulfillment in what is important to you.  Our therapists are here to dedicate in home, one on one time to helping you achieve quality of life and all the things you want and need across your lifespan through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. Unlike many Therapy offices, our network of over 40 therapists is on call to come directly to your home with any and all equipment necessary for adequate treatment as ordered by your physician.

  • What is Occupational Therapy?


    Occupational Therapy is focused on the activities that give your daily life meaning.  This sort of therapy helps patients to develop or recover the skills necessary for daily living activities. Everything from self-care, to working and living independently, to leisurely activities are of concern for our Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants.

  • What conditions can benefit from Occupational Therapy?

     

    • People with disabilities or other developmental disorders previously lacking or without skills to participate in academic or social situations
    • People recovering from personal, sports or work related injuries

    • People recovering from medical conditions such as a stroke or heart attack

    • People suffering from anxiety or depression

    • People suffering from Post Traumatic Stress or Post Partum Depression

    • People recovering from alcohol, drug, or other forms of addiction

    • Older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes as they age
  • Our in home Occupational Therapy service involves techniques such as:

     

    • Individualized evaluation to determine the collaborative goals between the patient, therapist and family members

    • Comprehensive evaluation of patients home and other day to day environments that can effect progress

    • An intervention of sorts customized by the Therapist/Assistant and Physician to gradually improve the patient’s ability to achieve goals

    • Guidance and education for family members and other care givers

    • Continued evaluation to mark progress and see where goals are or are not being met in order to make changes or continue with the set intervention plan