The professionals at CMH Occupational Therapy can help people of all ages who have had a disruption in their independence. This can include a disruption in the ability to perform work, home, childcare, or leisure activities.
Our skilled and caring staff provide specialized training to help patients learn or relearn strategies and enable people to lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives.
Our services are designed to improve function and independence in all areas of the daily occupations that are important to you. Our experienced occupational therapy team will evaluate and design a program that fits your specific needs to improve your functional abilities. Our staff includes specialty areas in pediatric care, vision and driving, as well as certified hand therapists who specialize in treatment of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand. As a small rural hospital we are able to provide a wide range of services so close to home.
Concussions can result in several symptoms that affect daily life, work, school, and athletics. The CMH Rehabilitation team is equipped to provide you with a comprehensive evaluation and intervention to help alleviate the negative symptoms often associated with concussion.
As part of concussion rehabilitation, occupational therapy helps assess and treat impairments related to vision, motor planning, and functional cognition including processing speed and reaction time, self-care performance, headache pain management, and upper extremity function.
Ask your physician for a referral for the CMH Post Concussion Rehabilitation Program.
Sean Cain suffered a serious motorcycle accident in 2005. The accident required him to have 17 surgeries in 13 years. Although Sean pursued recovery treatment elsewhere, it wasn’t until he became a patient at CMH in 2017 that he began to see life-changing results. Through a combination of physical, speech, and occupational therapy, Sean was able to finally solve the traumatic brain injury symptoms he had been suffering for over a decade. He credits the caring and understanding rehabilitation staff for the confidence he has regained in himself.