Occupational therapy promotes health and well-being by enabling people to develop, recover or maintain activities of daily living. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who suffer from mentally, physically or developmentally disabling conditions.
Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation, Splint Fabrication, Neuromuscular Rehabilitation, Low Vision Training, Arthritis Treatment, Cognitive Rehabilitation, Activities of Daily Living Retraining, Adaptive Equipment Training, Edema Control / Lymphedema Management, Work Hardening/Work Conditioning, Functional Capacity Evaluation
Below you will find a list of all Rehab Center services by location. Click on any of the services or locations within the charts to find out more about it.
Back Safety Schools
- This service is offered to educate employees on proper lifting and back protection techniques through simulation of varying work tasks.
Developmental Testing and Therapy
Ergonomic Analysis - Ergonomic analysis is appropriate when certain jobs predispose individuals to injury, when new job lines are being built, or existing lines are modified. The analysis can provide insight on safety considerations for employees.
Flexibility Programs - This service develops and conducts an “employee warm-up program” involving stretching which can significantly reduce the work related injuries.
Functional Capacity Evaluation
Hand Therapy - This is the evaluation and treatment of post operative and traumatic hand injuries.
Job Demand Analysis - This service will determine specific demands an employee faces in their job. The information gathered is used to develop comprehensive job descriptions, pre-work tolerance screens, assist in determining an injured employee’s ability to return to work and allows employers to categorize jobs into demand levels.
Manual Lymph (Lymphedema) Drainage - Treatment for Lymphedema, including total management of the condition and maintenance education, is performed by a Manual Lymph Drainage Certified Occupational Therapist.
Sensory Integration Testing and Therapy - Sensory integration is how our bodies organize sensory information for use in daily functional skills. Children who demonstrate difficulties with movement and learning may have problems in processing sensory input. Hanover Hospital's Pediatric Specialty Therapy offers therapists who are trained and certified in testing and treatment of sensory integration problems that can impact a child's performance in functional activities at home, school or in the community.
Upper Extremity Splinting
Work Hardening/Conditioning - Transitional conditioning from acute rehabilitation up to the time of return to work for employees who have suffered serious injury. The rehab team’s primary focus with these programs is to expose the employee to the demands faced each day in their job to condition and prepare them for their future return to work.
Work Injury Management
- Early Rehabilitation: A comprehensive rehabilitation program including both physical and occupational therapy treating a wide range of conditions from the time of initial injury through return to work.
- Functional Capacity Evaluations(FCE’s): A computer based assessment which accurately, comprehensively, and objectively assesses an employee’s functional level to return to work. The Ergoscience FCE testing System will assist employers in matching the employee’s abilities to job demands, making return to work decisions and determining work restrictions.
Work Tolerance Screens (Pre-Employment) - This service determines the physical demands tolerance of potential employees to specific job duties. Our rehab staff will create and implement a test specific to the physical demands of each job or group of jobs to objectively determine job eligibility and appropriate job placement. Potential risk of injury is reduced by matching the employee’s physical aptitude with job demands.