Business Office
Cardiac Rehabilitation
Cardiology
Community Relations
Cosmetic & Medical Laser Center
Day Surgery
Diabetes Education
Emergency Department
Environmental Services
Food & Nutrition
Health Information Management
Hospice Care
Intensive Care Unit
Laboratory/Blood Bank
Medical/Surgical & Pediatric Unit
Neurology
Occupational Therapy
Oncology (Cancer Management Program)
Orthopedics
Pain Management
Physical Therapy
Post Anesthesia Care Unit
Radiology
Respiratory Therapy
Social Services and Discharge Planning
Surgical Services
Urology
Volunteers
Home » Services » Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Contact:
Jacob Prunier, DPT
Director of Rehabilitation Services
90 Swiftwater Road
Woodsville, NH 03785
603.747.9204
jprunier@cottagehospital.org


Hours of Service:
Monday-Friday 8:00A-4:30P
For additional information or to schedule an appointment call 603-747-9311

Services:

About Occupational Therapy:
Occupational Therapy is a rehabilitation profession that helps people achieve independence in their daily lives. Occupational Therapists work with people of all ages who have physical, developmental, social or emotional difficulties. This includes people with work-related injuries, strokes, arthritis, learning disabilities, mental health or burns, fractures, amputations, hip replacements and fine motor/gross motor deficits.

Occupational Therapy includes adapting tasks and the environment to meet the patient’s needs, training in the use of adaptive equipment to replace lost function, and individualized treatment programs to maximize the person’s independence in their self-care, work and/or leisure activities.

Services, Pediatric and Adult:
• Hand Therapy
   o Coordination/dexterity evaluation and training
   o Modalities as needed to reduce symptoms
   o Splinting
   o Task adaptation and adaptive equipment needs

• Cognitive and Perceptual Therapy

About the Staff:
• Certified in Physical Agent Modalities (PAMS)
   o Electrotherapy
   o Ultrasound
• Certified by the NBCOT (National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy)
• Sensory Integration
• Behavioral Analysis and Interventions
• Crisis Intervention

For Additional Information please click on one of the following links:
American Society of Hand Therapists: www.asht.org
American Occupational Therapy Association: www.aota.org