Whether it’s through illness, injury or another circumstance, if you find everyday activities challenging then help from an occupational therapist could be just what you need.
An occupational therapist helps plan and direct therapy and treatment, including physical and social activities. They can recommend adaptations and equipment that will make your life easier at home and at work, and they will advise on small lifestyle changes to help you better manage daily activities.
Our occupational therapists combine evidence-based practice and occupational therapy methods, knowledge of the human mind, body and behaviour, the ability to negotiate and motivate people, and a sound understanding of different cultures.
They are an integral part of the multi-disciplinary Body in Motion team and provide specialist intervention in our pain programmes, vocational and social rehabilitation, and our injury prevention services.