Occupational Therapy

About Occupational Therapy

Getting back to work, maintaining personal hygiene, hobbies, cooking, cleaning and even sleep. These are things that may all seem like second nature, but if you have suffered loss of function due to an injury or illness these everyday tasks can seem daunting. That’s where our licensed occupational therapists step in. Occupational therapy enables you to do the things you want or need to do on a daily basis, no matter your level of function.

Our Approach to Inpatient Treatment

Occupational therapy is essential to inpatient rehabilitation. You'll meet daily with your occupational therapist to work on adapting to your surroundings, modifying how you perform tasks, and providing education to you and your family.

Our team of therapists evaluate and treat functional impairments with interventions that focus on adapting the environment, modifying the task, teaching the skill, and educating the client/family order to increase participation in and performance of daily activities. We work with you, your family and other team members to create a rehabilitation program specific to your needs and goals.

Common Conditions Treated with Occupational Therapy in an Inpatient Setting


  • Amputation
  • Brain injury/Traumatic brain injury
  • Neurological disorders
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Stroke
  • General orthopedic conditions

Regaining Your Independence


Occupational therapy is essential for regaining independence by giving you the tools to accomplish everyday activities such as cooking, dressing, bathing and more.

    Our Approach to Outpatient Treatment

    We want you to live a full and productive life. If you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke or any other ailment, we help you adapt your environment and tasks to fit your level of function. Our licensed occupational therapists use a wide variety of evidence-based management strategies to promote independence and maximize quality of life.

    Occupational Treatments Include

    • Activities of daily living (ADL)
    • Adaptive equipment
    • Assistive technology
    • Cognitive rehabilitation
    • Dexterity training
    • Ergonomic evaluations
    • Handwriting training
    • Home management training
    • Orthosis fabrication
    • Physical agent modalities
    • Self care training
    • Sensory re-education
    • Therapeutic exercise
    • Vision therapy

    Inpatient Rehabilitation

    Our inpatient hospitals help people overcome major life-changing injuries and conditions. Each patient has a dedicated rehab team lead by a physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation.

    Outpatient Therapy

    We have over 100 outpatient centers throughout North and Central Texas with highly-qualified clinicians to help you get back to better as quickly as possible.