Occupational Therapy

The primary focus of Occupational therapy is to improve the health and well-being of patients. Occupation therapy doesn’t mean job or career but the day-to-day activities the patients are expected and supposed to do as an individual or in a community. Patients affected by stroke, autism, depression and anxiety as well as those who have undergone surgeries can enrol themselves for OT. Elders can also enrol themselves in a Geriatric Occupational Therapy program. The main processes of OT are assessment and intervention. Sometimes, Assistive devices can be used for maintaining balance and helping the patient in their activities. OT is followed to meet the physical and emotional demands of a job.

  • Occupational psychology
  • Kinesiology
  • Common mental disorders
  • Occupational medicine

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