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Multiple Sclerosis Occupational Therapy

Multiple Sclerosis Occupational Therapy

Multiple Sclerosis : Occupational Therapy [MS : Multiple Sclerosis]Help Educate your Client on Multiple Sclerosis  Multiple sclerosis (MS) is one of the most common causes of nontraumatic neurologic disability in young adults in the United States [1].   ...

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Executive Function Occupational Therapy

Executive Function Occupational Therapy

Executive Function : Occupational Therapy Low Level and High Level CognitionThe odds are very likely that if your client has a neurological condition, they will have low level cognitive and executive function deficits when they arrive to occupational therapy. In OT...

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Dementia Occupational Therapy

Dementia Occupational Therapy

Dementia : Occupational Therapy [Alzheimer's and other related dementias or ADRD]Help Educate your Client on Dementia In Dementia, Occupational therapy practitioners have the responsibility to be restorative first! This means that we need to know the research for how...

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Mirror Therapy for Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury

Mirror Therapy for Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury

MIRROR THERAPY: AN EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION FOR TREATING NEUROLOGICAL DEFICITS FOLLOWING STROKE AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI)Debra Battistella, MS, OTR/LMirror Therapy, also known as Mirror Visual Feedback, is an evidence-based treatment approach that can be used...

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Stroke Therapy and Stroke Treatment in Buffalo NY

Stroke Therapy and Stroke Treatment in Buffalo, NY Authored by Michelle Eliason, MS, OTR/L, CKTS, C.D.S.In search of an outpatient neurological stroke rehab program in Buffalo, NY?Why is Outpatient Occupational Therapy Crucial for your Stroke Recovery?Outpatient...

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Progressive Neurological Disorders – Whole Body Therapy

Progressive Neurological Disorders – Whole Body Therapy

Progressive Neurological Disorder Authored by Michelle Eliason, MS, OTR/L, CKTS, C.D.S.What is a Progressive Neurological Disorder? Progressive Neurological Disorders (PNDs) is any type of diagnosis that causes the deterioration of function due to how the process of...

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Memory training for dementia and Alzheimers

Memory training for dementia and Alzheimers

Memory Training for Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease Authored by Michelle Eliason, MS, OTR/L, CKTS, C.D.S.How does your memory work? Memory is actually more complicated than you would think. There are several types of memory and each can be affected differently...

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Ganglion Cyst Rehabilitation Therapy

Ganglion Cyst Rehabilitation Therapy

Ganglion Cyst Rehabilitation Authored by Michelle Eliason, MS, OTR/L, CKTS, C.D.S.WHAT IS THAT BUMP ON MY WRIST??Great question! Some people get sacs of fluid in their wrist, but they can show up in or near any joint!  These fluid-filled sacs are soft tissue and...

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Hip Pain and Rehabilitation

Hip Pain and Rehabilitation

Hip Pain and Rehabilitation Authored by Michelle Eliason, MS, OTR/L, CKTS, C.D.S.Top 6 Reasons You have Hip Pain:Arthritis is a general umbrella term for joint inflammation. Although there are many types of arthritis, osteoarthritis is the most common. The affects of...

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Muscle Imbalance Can Cause Severe Pain

Muscle Imbalance Can Cause Severe Pain

Muscle Imbalance  Authored by Michelle Eliason, MS, OTR/L, CKTS, C.D.S.What is a Muscle Imbalance?If you have any kind of muscle imbalance, it can be the cause of severe chronic pain. There are over 650 named skeletal muscles in the human body and all of them serve a...

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Do we accept Referrals?

Buffalo Occupational Therapy accepts self-referrals through

direct access as well as referrals and prescriptions for 

occupational therapy services from medical providers, 

specialists, and Chiropractors. Because we know how 

important it is to get started in occupational therapy right

away, we work with our patients to obtain the necessary

signatures and referrals for maximum insurance coverage. 

 

Referring to Buffalo Occupational Therapy is simple! 

 

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