Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy focuses on your functional abilities - identifying the tasks or activities you find challenging to perform, and helping you overcome those limitations. It is a holistic approach that considers your physical, emotional, and psychological well-being in order to help you reengage with the activities that make your life meaningful and enjoyable. Our occupational therapists also offer pain-sensitive support for mental health and trauma. At the intersection of physical function and psychological wellness, Occupational Therapists provide care that uniquely helpful for people with persistent pain.

Our Lead Practitioner

Who's it for?

People with Chronic Conditions

Individuals living with chronic conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, or multiple sclerosis. Therapists can help them develop strategies to manage their symptoms, conserve energy, and maintain their independence in daily activities.

Injury Recovery

Occupational therapy can be instrumental in helping individuals recover from injuries, surgeries, or accidents. By focusing on restoring function, therapists can assist in regaining mobility, strength, and independence, while addressing any emotional or psychological challenges that may arise during the recovery process.

Aging Population

As people age, they may experience challenges related to mobility, strength, and cognitive function. Occupational therapy can help older adults adapt to these changes, maintain their independence, and continue participating in meaningful activities.

Mental Health Challenges

Individuals struggling with mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder. Therapists can help them develop coping strategies, build resilience, and enhance their overall well-being.

Workplace Support

Occupational therapists can also provide support in the workplace by helping individuals identify their strengths and weaknesses, implementing ergonomic modifications, and facilitating a healthy work-life balance.


Caregivers, whether professional or family members, can also benefit from the guidance of occupational therapists. Therapists can provide advice on how to safely assist their care recipients, offer tips on self-care, and suggest strategies to manage the emotional and physical demands of caregiving.

How it works?

Therapies & treatments

Functional Capacity Assessments

These assessments evaluate your ability to perform daily tasks. Our team uses this information to develop personalized support plans that cater to your specific needs.


Pacing is a strategy employed to help you manage your energy levels and avoid overexertion. We work together to develop pacing skills, allowing you to engage in activities without exacerbating pain or fatigue.

Environment and Activity Modification

Our compassionate occupational therapists can guide you in adjusting your surroundings and activities to make them more accessible and comfortable.


Our team can offer specialized equipment such as braces, splints, and assistive devices to enhance your function and mobility.

Vocational Counseling and Support

Our occupational therapists can provide vocational counseling and support to help you navigate your work life and find fulfilling employment.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR is a specialized therapy for addressing trauma and other mental health concerns. Our occupational therapists have advanced training in this technique and can help you overcome the emotional and psychological aspects of pain.

Graded Motor Imagery (GMI)

GMI is an innovative method for improving movement and reducing pain perception. Our occupational therapists can assist you in retraining your brain to diminish pain and enhance function.

And more...

Our practitioners shared an unwavering commitment to learning and evolution. Thus, our therapies is ever growing and changing. If you're seeking a specific therapy or technique, please don't hesitate to ask - we likely have just the practitioner for you.

In Summary

Occupational therapy can provide a valuable for those seeking to recover lost function. By addressing the physical and mental aspects of pain, our occupational therapists can help patients overcome daily challenges and reclaim their independence. If you're dealing with persistent pain, psychological stress or mobility issues, we encourage you to book an appointment with our occupational therapy team to learn more about how we can help.

Expert pain care, tailored to your unique needs.

Book an appointment today. No referral required.