Finding Value Where You Do

One of the worst aspects of an illness or injury is when it gets in the way of everyday life. That's where occupational therapy can be a lifestyle-saver, by addressing the specific movements and tasks that you need to accomplish on a daily basis for home, work, and recreation. For this, there is no cookie-cutter solution - even if you happened to share a similar health condition with another individual, you would still have an extremely different routine and environment. Because of this, it makes little sense to go to a place that can only offer one style of care, outside of the context of your unique needs.

You are the leading expert on YOU!

What makes Rehab on the Run stand out from the competition is that we have a superior consultant on our team - YOU! All of our decisions in crafting a custom care plan will be in partnership with you and with your specific circumstances in mind. Rather than offer treatment in a location that has no direct bearing on your life, we provide top-notch occupational therapists to meet with you in the exact locations you request, in order to get you back on track doing what you love as quickly, safely, and naturally as possible. Where typical clinics might be limited by insurance requirements and rules, we integrate therapy with your daily activities and environments to create a seamless approach to improving not only your health, but quality of life.

We specialize in treating a wide range of concerns, including stroke recovery, work-related injuries, arthritis and other chronic conditions, head injuries, hip fractures, depression and anxiety, and much more. If there is any health concern affecting your quality of life, we want to be part of your solution.

What is Occupational Therapy, and What Are The Benefits?

Occupational therapy supports rehabilitation for those recuperating from physical or mental illness through the performance of activities required in daily life. Occupational therapy can help you to:

“Occupational therapy practitioners ask, ‘What matters to you?’ not, ‘What's the matter with you?’”

- The American Occupational Therapy Association

  • Improve mobility and positioning problems
  • Reduce and manage pain
  • Reduce and manage fatigue
  • Regain skills needed to return to work after an injury/illness.
  • Recover from surgery/stroke/injury
  • Manage chronic health conditions
  • Increase independence and safety with daily activities
  • Discover and implement memory aids for people with memory concerns
  • Prevent unnecessary hospital stays and/or premature nursing home admissions
  • Reduce/prevent work-related injuries
  • Increase life satisfaction & participation in daily activities
  • Reduce/prevent falls through education, home assessment, and balance training