Home . . Care and Services . . Rehab Therapy . . Occupational Therapy
rice rehab center

Services and treatments

Adaptive Equipment
Balance Training
Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)
Children's Services
Communication Therapy
Cognitive Assessment
Concussion Testing
Craniosacral Therapy
Daily Living Skills
Driving Evaluation and Safety
Ergonomic Training & Consultation
Falls Prevention Clinic
Hand Therapy
Headaches and TMJ
Home Safety
Industrial Rehab
Interactive Metronome Program
Job Placement Assessment
Low Vision Therapy
Lymphedema Therapy
Myofascial Release
Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Neck and Low Back Pain
Parkinson's Clinic
Pediatric Speech Therapy
Pool Therapy
Positional Release
Pressure Mapping
Sensory Integration Therapy
Soft Tissue Technique
Strain Counter Strain
Strategic Orthopedics
Swallowing Therapy
Therapeutic Listening Program
Total Joint Rehab Class
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Ultrasound Therapy
Urinary Incontinence Therapy
Vestibular Rehab & Balance
Video Fluoroscopy
Wheelchair Evaluation
Work Conditioning
Work Site Analysis
Wound Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy uses functional activities to help people be as independent as possible in daily life.

Occupational Therapists evaluate and treat concerns that related to your ability to function at home, at play, and at work.

Who can benefit from Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapists can help all ages, from infants to older adults. They may focus on developmental, cognitive, physical, or psychological needs.

You may benefit from occupational therapy if you have challenges and concerns with eyesight, your hands, or thinking about problem solving.

Perhaps you've had a stroke, or been diagnosed with Parkinson's or another neurological disorder.

Occupational therapists do driving evaluations, work site evaluations, job placement assessments, lymphedema therapy, home safety and daily living skills evaluations, and provide ergonomic solutions.

Some of the ways occupational therapy can help you:

Where do Occupational Therapists work?

Occupational therapists see individuals in hospital settings, outpatient clinical settings, schools, homes, nursing homes, and within the community.

There are times when the therapist can make the best evaluation when they're observing the individual at work, school, or performing daily activities at home.


For more information about occupational therapy services and programs, please contact:

Rice Rehabilitation Center
311 SW 3rd St.
Willmar, MN 56201

Lynn Stier, Director

Tab 1 content...
Tab 2 content...
Tab 3 content...
Tab 4 content...
Tab 5 content...

linkedin twitter facebook rss