The Occupational Therapy program at Indian Rocks Rehabilitation is a hands-on approach designed to help a person build or regain skills necessary to lead an independent, productive life. Occupational Therapists work with people who have difficulty performing daily living activities including work, play and self-care.
We have occupational therapists who are Certified Hand Therapists that have completed at least 5 years of clinical experience in the specific treatment of hands and upper extremity diagnoses. Occupational therapists assess a person's upper extremity strength, motion, coordination and ability to perform daily activities, and they also determine the need for adaptive equipment and splinting.
Treatment may include exercise, activities, patient education, and other treatment modalities. Customized static and dynamic splinting is also available. Therapists treat a variety of acute and chronic upper extremity injuries including:
- Shoulder problems such as rotator cuff injuries, tendonitis or bursitis
- Post Fractures
- Elbow, Wrist and Hand Injuries
- Tendon Repairs
- Cumulative trauma disorders such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Post-Mastectomy/breast surgery scar management
Referral & Appointments
A physician's prescription is required for rehabilitation services. If you believe you may benefit from physical or occupational therapy, talk to your doctor. After a medical evaluation, your physician may determine that therapy is appropriate for your condition.
Hours of operation are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For more information or an appointment, please call (727) 588-5878.