Occupational Therapy Services & Treatment
Are you or your child challenged with performing everyday activities? Our occupational therapists can help you improve your ability to participate fully in work, school or leisure activities, and regain your quality of life.
Find out more about our occupational therapy services:
- Conditions and consultations
- Diagnosis and treatments
- Occupational Therapy specialists
- Occupational Therapy locations near you
- Occupational Therapy providers near you
Conditions and consultations
An occupational therapist will meet with you to create a personalized treatment plan based on your symptoms and medical history.
Conditions treated include:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Cognitive impairment, including Alzheimer's disease and dementia
- Hand, wrist and forearm strains, sprains and fractures
- Low vision
- Muscular dystrophy
- Nerve injuries
- Neurological conditions, including head injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, spinal cord injury, stroke and traumatic brain injury
- Pediatrics, including autism, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, feeding concerns and sensory issues
- Tendinitis and epicondylitis
- Visual and perceptual deficit management
Diagnosis and treatments
Whether you're hospitalized or are being seen on an outpatient basis, our occupational therapists apply the appropriate treatments to ensure you reach your goals.
Treatments provided include:
- Activities of daily living performance
- Adaptive equipment
- Child development or pediatric therapy
- Cognitive evaluation
- Driving assessment
- Hand therapy
- In-clinic driving evaluation
- Individualized evaluation and goal-setting
- Industrial rehabilitation, including office ergonomics, job site assessment and functional capacity evaluation
- Neurological rehabilitation
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Sensory and feeding evaluation
- Splint fabrication and training
- Wheelchair positioning
Occupational therapy specialists
Occupational therapy practitioners are experts in helping people perform everyday activities.
Our specialists include:
- Occupational therapists
- Occupational therapy assistants
Additional care and therapies may be provided by:
- Orthopedics & Orthopedic Surgery
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- Physical Therapy
- Speech-Language Therapy
A referral is required, and your primary care provider can help refer you. Call the appointment number of your preferred Occupational Therapy location to learn more.
What should I expect during my first appointment, and what should I bring?
During your initial visit, you will discuss your goals for therapy, and the occupational therapist will evaluate your concerns. After the evaluation, the therapist will develop an individualized treatment plan with you. Your therapy team will provide education, treatment, intervention, management and counseling for you and your family.
For your first appointment, bring any imaging or medical records from non-Mayo Clinic Health System facilities. Complete a medical records release form (PDF) to authorize the transfer of health records from another healthcare facility to us. Visit our Medical Record Forms page for this form and other forms in multiple languages.
What are my payment options, and do you offer financial assistance?
Visit the billing page of your preferred location for information on insurance, billing and payments.
We serve patients in difficult financial circumstances and offer financial assistance to those who have an established need to receive medically necessary services. Learn more about financial assistance options.
Can you provide a second opinion?
Do you have an after-hours number in case of emergency?
Always call 911 in case of emergency. For after-hours help for other issues, review our convenient care options.