The Outpatient Occupational Therapy Team at Denver Health offers rehabilitation services focused on helping patients restore maximum functional ability to handle daily tasks after injury or disease has caused limitations. This includes establishing a therapy program to work on identified deficits with appropriate goals that might include improving strength and range of motion of the upper extremity after an injury or relearning independence with dressing or meal preparation after a stroke.
Since Denver Health is a Level I Trauma center, the occupational therapists at Denver Health specialize in rehabilitation of the hand and upper extremity with a high volume caseload of related injuries. Our therapists will work with you and your significant others as needed to help you achieve your personal goals in rehabilitation.
Outpatient Occupational Therapy Services
- Hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder injuries and disease processes
- Traumatic brain injury
- Lymphedema of the upper extremity
- Worker compensation injuries
Adult and Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Our therapists are known for their outstanding satisfaction rates and compassionate care with successful outcomes. With our expertise in the upper extremity and neurological conditions, our team can help you regain your independence and get you back to the activities you love.
With a referral from your health care provider, our occupational therapists can treat anyone dealing with an upper extremity deficits or injuries in need of rehabilitation from children to adults. Denver Health also offers pediatric therapy with specialized therapists for conditions other than trauma. There are specialized therapists on staff that can help manage limitations caused by neurological conditions and that affect your activities of daily living (work, play, education and self-care).
Our team is made up of highly experienced and qualified certified hand therapists, doctors of occupational therapy, certified lymphedema therapists and rehab technicians. This team is committed to providing exceptional care for all by implementing up-to-date, evidence-based interventions while simultaneously collaborating with each patient to identify their needs and priorities in rehabilitation.