Will Occupational Therapy with VTP Help Me Function Better?
When functional challenges — whether they be physical, emotional, social, or developmental — prevent you from performing general activities of daily living, the occupational therapists of VTP will help you:
- reduce discomfort
- minimize limitations
- maximize independence
- get you back to your preferred normal routine.
Teletherapy sessions enable your VTP therapist to observe and assess your living environment. These insights allows your therapist to teach you optimal navigation strategies to master your daily living space. As you work with your therapist to perform actual tasks in your real-world environment, you become increasingly better-positioned to overcome challenges and regain your independence.
OT with VTP
The Foundation of Your Functionality
The cornerstone of your functional rehabilitation and recovery process rests on clinical best practices. Your VTP therapist will educate and train you on perfecting your physical movements and cognitive patterns as you achieve your functional goals. You will gain clarity on how to recognize bodily feedback to keep you safe while performing daily tasks. Your therapist will guide you past the dangers of poor movement and exericse form that can offset your recovery or even worsen your condition.
Freedom for You and Your Loved Ones
VTP recognizes the unmatched value that family, friends, and caregivers have to offer. Your VTP therapist can guide and train those close to you to help safely, effectively, and efficiently empower you to rely less on them and more on your new-found skills. As you progress through your therapy sessions and adopt new skills, the quality of life of your loved ones will increase and your sense of being a burden to them will diminish.
Medical Equipment Recommendations
As functional limitations impose themselves on you, you may have looked into a few durable medical equipment or assistive device options to help you maintain your quality of life. Perhaps you’ve even borrowed equipment from others or puchased some off-the-shelve solutions. While this may have temporarily helped you, the truth is: one size does not fit all, nor is all equipment created equally. Your VTP therapist will clinically assess your specific needs and make recommendations for equipment that specifically suites your individualized fuctional needs. Your therapist will also educate and train you on safe, access-oriented home modifications.
Can VTP Help Me?
If you are suffering from one or more of the following impairments, VTP’s occupational therapy program may offer you life-changing benefits:
- Visual impairments and perceptual challenges
- Difficulty with fine motor skills, such as writing or typing
- Gait, balance, and fall risk challenges
- Difficulty with hand-eye coordination
- Issues interpreting sensory information
Common Conditions We Treat
Sprains, Strains & Fractures
Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow
Tendon or Ligament Tears
Rotator Cuff Injury
Repetitive Strain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury
Nerve Palsy (Shoulder/Arm/Hand)
Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorders
Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Impaired Visual Perception
Functionally Adaptive Skills
Highly recommend VTP. I was experiencing some mid to lower back pain/sciatic pain, to the point that it was starting to adversely affect my day, and connected with Justin. He couldn’t have been more friendly, thorough, and ultimately, helpful. Justin gave me a comprehensive list of stretches/exercises, with video examples, specifically tailored to address my lumbar and sciatic issues. My back has improved drastically and Justin even took it upon himself to follow up with me, without me reaching out, to see how I was doing. Couldn’t be happier with the service and will undoubtedly use them again in the future, should I have any more issues.
I HIGHLY recommend VTP. I have seen a quick improvement in my neck and back after following a couple sessions and routines from VTP! VTP adapts to your schedule and needs really well and really cares for you!