Tillamook Occupational Therapy

Overcoming physical limitations caused by injury and disease

At Tillamook Regional Medical Center, our occupational therapy staff specialize in treatment of patients with injuries or surgeries involving the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. They also care for patients who have suffered stroke, traumatic brain injury or other neurological disorders.

Back to daily living

Occupational therapy is therapy based on activity. This therapy is designed to help individuals adapt to their limitations and to their physical and mental potential through meaningful activities at home, at work or during leisure activities. The occupational therapist’s goal is to improve your functional, physical and mental abilities when you have difficulty performing the activities of daily living.

The occupational therapy staff at Tillamook Regional Medical Center work in a variety of settings, including:

  • Acute care
  • Outpatient

The following problems may be treated by occupational therapy:

  • Arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendonitis of the elbow (tennis elbow) or shoulder
  • Burns involving the forearm and hand
  • Recent hand, wrist or shoulder surgery
  • Pediatric concerns like sensory and visual motor disorders

Occupational therapists treat by referral from physicians or other healthcare providers.

Meet our occupational therapy team

For more information call: (503) 815-2291
For scheduling call: (503) 815-2292
To fax referrals dial: (503) 815-2283

Resources:

The American Occupational Therapy Association Inc.