Our licensed Physical Therapists offer personalized and comprehensive treatments for sports injuries, post surgical care, rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, core stabilization and more. We offer Occupational Therapy adult services for neuro-rehabilitation, sensory therapies, and addressing independent life skills challenges.
We also provide services in our adjacent clinic for Pediatric PT & OT.
With OT, your child can expect to experience therapy techniques including movement, sound therapy, group activities, community outings, and other sensory input to make a positive impact now as they grow in to adulthood. Our therapists have a variety of tools such as swings, quiet spaces, exercise equipment, a climbing wall, computer interactive activities, kitchen for building food and eating skills, Interactive Metronome, Therapeutic Listening, group sports, weighted blankets, social skills and manual therapies. The staff teach independent living skills; which may include meal prep, how to use an alarm clock, instilling daily routines and rhythms, supporting your family in chore chart usage, practice with bicycle safety or bus system usage for older children, personal self care techniques such as teeth brushing, hair brushing, nail care, and toileting skills.
A few of the many benefits of OT include improved fine and gross motor skills, perceptual skills, body awareness, daily self care skills, coping and communication skills. Common goals are self regulation, appropriate self expression, and healthy interaction with others. Common conditions treated by Occupational Therapy are Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, chromosomal deletions, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Stroke, Generalized weakness as well as other behavioral diagnoses, to include learning disorders, and other physical ability disorders.
Most insurances have OT & PT as a billable service, such as United Healthcare, Alaska Medicaid, Aetna, Premera Blue Cross, EMBS, and many more.