Occupational therapy

At Edward-Elmhurst Health, our expert occupational therapy team is here to help you remain active and independent, even when life takes an unexpected turn. Whether your condition is the result of an illness or injury, or is caused by developmental issues, we can help you move forward.

What makes us different?

  • Clinical expertise
  • One-on-one treatments with the same therapist each session
  • All treatments are provided by a licensed therapist
  • Focus on function

Specialized occupational therapy services

Our licensed occupational therapists provide a full suite of services for individuals and injured workers at multiple locations. Specialized services include lymphedema therapy, cognitive therapy, sensory therapy and hand therapy.

Occupational Therapy locations

Cognitive therapy

Our occupational therapists address cognitive difficulties to help you regain independence with self-care and improve quality of life.

Learn more about cognitive therapy.

Upper extremity orthopedics/Hand therapy

Edward-Elmhurst occupational therapists have expertise in a variety of specialties to fit your specific orthopedic needs, including hand therapy and hand splinting/bracing. We will match you with the right therapist and location with the goal to return you to full participation in your daily activities.

Learn more about hand therapy and custom splinting.

Occupational Health and Worker's Compensation

Our occupational therapists are specialists in work-related injuries and support the philosophy of rapid return to the workplace with or without restricted duty. Beginning with the initial evaluation and continuing through the individualized treatment program, we work with each patient to recover from injury and regain skills for work-related tasks.

Learn more about occupational health.

Neurological rehabilitation

A stroke, brain injury, tumor, or degenerative neurological condition can significantly impact the ability to plan and perform activities of daily living (i.e. dressing, feeding, bathing, tying shoes, etc.). A stroke can also cause a person to be able to see objects only in certain parts of his or her field of vision.

Our occupational therapists can help with upper body coordination, strength and fine motor skills to improve daily functioning. They also perform cognitive re-training in relation to home management activities, driving and returning to work safely.

Learn more about neurological and stroke rehabilitation.