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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) is an integrative approach to rehabilitation that uses evidence-based interventions to treat performance deficits in day-to-day life. Occupational therapists assess patients’ independence in Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), assist patients in goal-setting, and utilize therapeutic techniques to help patients achieve success towards their goals. We understand that the most efficient method of treatment is both collaborative and holistic, with a focus on the entire person. Therefore at BASE, we individualize OT treatment plans to address areas of concern throughout the entire body. Our occupational therapist(s) address your physical symptoms, psychological and emotional elements, environmental factors, and functional implications in order to help you regain your independence as quickly as possible. 

Your Occupational Therapy Initial Evaluation and subsequent treatment may include:


  • Comprehensive assessment of functional performance of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

  • Assessment, recommendation, and education on use of adaptive equipment, Durable Medical Equipments (DME) and home modifications

  • A thorough neuro-musculo-skeletal evaluation with periodic re-evaluations

  • Functional analysis of gait, balance, running, or sports-specific movements

  • Postural assessment and education on Postural Restoration TM

  • Soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, or trigger point release 

  • Joint mobilization & manipulation

  • Dynamic traction for active decompression of the spine

  • Therapeutic & Corrective exercises

  • Therapeutic modality treatments including low-level light therapy, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, or paraffin bath treatment

  • Home exercise program 

  • Patient education on symptom management

  • Kinesio-taping for pain and muscle facilitation & inhibition


Common conditions that can benefit from Occupational Therapy treatment:


  • Spine and extremity disorders in adults and children

  • Joint and muscle disorders including sprains/ strains/ spasms

  • Sports-related injuries

  • Post-operative orthopedic surgeries

  • Total joint replacement surgeries 

  • Osteoarthritis, bursitis, tendonitis 

  • Headaches, dizziness, and vertigo

  • TMJ dysfunction

  • Pelvic floor disorders

  • Neurological disorders (Stroke, Parkinson’s)

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Balance and Gait deficits 

  • Fall Prevention and Recovery training

  • Postural dysfunction and misalignments 

  • Chronic pain (neck, low back, etc.)

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