What is an Occupational Therapist?
Occupational therapy is all about providing care for people with mental, physical, or learning impairments since birth. Through occupational therapy, we promote services to return you to your best, where we aim to increase independence, enhance development, and/or prevent disability.
What We Do
- Provide and mitigate recovery from work-related injuries.
- CNS provides occupational and physical therapy to both adults and children
- We assist patients of all ages in order to facilitate the utmost degree of independence in their life
- Chronic conditions such as Arthritis, and sudden onset conditions such as Stroke, Heart Attack, and Brain Injury.
- An Occupational Therapist will provide you with proper physical exercise routines to increase joint movement, good posture, and overall strength and flexibility.
- Work on and develop fine skills that are involved in daily activities such as brushing hair, getting dressed, cooking, and buttoning clothes.Involved in cognitive training and self care.