Occupational therapy to help you accomplish everyday tasks
Occupational therapists are trained to help people with a variety of medical concerns live life to their fullest. Occupational therapists teach patients how to improve the function of joints and muscles and when needed, provide strategies to help people learn how to modify their environment or tasks and obtain skills necessary to perform daily activities. These daily activities include everything from self-care tasks such as getting dressed and brushing teeth to using job skills in the workplace.
Conditions that occupational therapy can help may include:
Hand, arm, shoulder injuries or weakness
Muscle and joint problems
Lymphedema/ Edema (swelling)
Incontinence/pelvic floor problems
ProHealth Care occupational therapists use a wide array of treatment options including:
Hand and arm therapy
Activities of daily living
Joint protection strategies
Manual therapy-including soft tissue massage, scar management & desensitization
Modalities-including ultrasound, e-stim, paraffin, fluidotherapy
Specialty programs offered by occupational therapists at ProHealth Care include:
If you believe you may benefit from occupational therapy, please request a referral from your physician for ProHealth Care occupational therapy services. To schedule an appointment, call the clinic nearest you where occupational therapy is available:
D. N. Greenwald Center
240 Maple Ave.
Oconomowoc Physician Center
1185 Corporate Center Dr.
ProHealth Care Rehabilitation Services
located inside Shorehaven Health & Rehabilitation Center
1305 W. Wisconsin Ave.
W239 N1812 Rockwood Dr.
UW Cancer Center at ProHealth Care (Cancer patients only)
N16 W24131 Riverwood Dr.
ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital
725 American Ave.