A history, physical exam and evaluation by an occupational therapist. It includes the development of a treatment plan to manage your symptoms.
An evaluation by an occupational therapist (OT) includes a:
After completing an evaluation, the occupational therapist will develop a treatment plan to help you participate in everyday activities. The treatment plan can include:
During an occupational therapy evaluation, the therapist will:
It is important to remember that the total cost of this care path does not include medicine, imaging studies, or referrals to other healthcare providers. Those charges can add up.
Before your appointment with an occupational therapist write down your:
Here are some questions to ask your occupational therapist:
After your appointment, you should understand your treatment plan, including home exercises recommended by the therapist.
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