Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy at the Kinisi Institute focuses on the whole you. We believe that focusing on all aspects of your daily living is the best way to create an individualized treatment plan that can help you increase or regain as much of your mobility, strength and function as possible.

The occupational therapy team at Kinisi has broad experience working with people of all ages who may have physical, cognitive, developmental, psychosocial, sensory or environmental limitations.

We work with you and a wide range of specialists to establish goals, develop plans to help you regain function or adapt to changes due to injury or disability.

The Kinisi occupational therapy team can treat many conditions including:

  • Conditions of the elbow, wrist and hand
  • Decreased ability to complete work, self-care, leisure and homemaking activities
  • Weakness, incoordination, hypersensitivity and decreased sensation
  • Limitations in fine and gross motor skills
  • Decreased memory, safety awareness, problem solving and organization
  • Decreased or changes in vision

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Many people may think occupational therapy is just for adults—however, children have an occupation too. Their occupation is playing and learning. Our job as pediatric occupational therapists at the Kinisi Institute is to work with children to develop age-appropriate skills in the areas of play, socialization, daily self-care routines, school and home activities.

Our occupational therapy team includes experts in child development and working with individual children and their families. Their goal is to help each unique child meet the physical, mental and behavioral developmental milestones appropriate for his or her age, as well as his or her injury or disability.

Our team works closely with you and other specialists to create a care plan that is customized for your child.

The many conditions our pediatric occupational therapy team can treat include:

  • Decreased ability to complete self-care, school and daily routines
  • Weakness, incoordination and hypersensitivity
  • Limitations in fine and gross motor skills
  • Sensory processing and self-regulation
  • Decreased attention and organization
  • Decreased or changes in vision