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Occupational Therapy in Staten Island, NY

Occupational Therapy in Staten Island, NY

Richmond University Medical Center is a leading medical facility located in the heart of Staten Island, NY. At our department of rehabilitation medicine, a team of dedicated practitioners specializes in improving the abilities and livelihoods of patients. Together, therapists and patients work to achieve incremental goals on the way to a successful inpatient rehabilitation. Our experts include leading practitioners of occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech-language pathology, and physiatrists.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a branch of care that focuses on the achieving mobility in everyday activities. Occupational therapists work with people recovering from strokes and surgeries, as well as the elderly and people with developmental disorders like autism. By focusing on daily tasks like self-care, work-related physical functions, and leisure activities, occupational therapy seeks to provide inpatient rehabilitation that gives patients the tools to manage their own lives.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy focuses on helping people overcome physical conditions that limit their mobility and ability to stay active. Physical therapists examine individuals and develop a plan that might involve fitness programs or wellness-oriented programs to promote an active, healthy lifestyle. Through these techniques, patients can recover from disease or injury and regain optimal physical function.

Speech-Language Pathology

The speech-language pathology specialists at Richmond University Medical Center are dedicated to providing quality adult and pediatric care for patients with speech, language, voice, and swallowing disorders. Our speech-language pathologists hold Certificates of Clinical Competence from the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association. We offer both outpatient services and inpatient rehabilitation for those seeking to overcome communication and swallowing disorders.

Physiatrists

Physiatrists can combine elements of physical therapy and occupational therapy in a comprehensive, non-surgical approach to treating muscle or skeletal damage. A physiatrist is a specialized medical doctor (MD) who works to diagnose physical injuries. Physiatrists often coordinate a treatment program and direct a team of specialists to implement a multi-phase plan of effective therapies.

Contact Us

Richmond University Medical Center offers a full array of inpatient rehabilitation services, along with a range of other health services. Visit RUMC for all your medical needs.

Occupational therapy 718-818-3163
Physical therapy 718-818-3163
Speech-language pathology 718-818-2250
Physiatry 718-818-3165
Fax 718-818-1666