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WHAT IS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Occupational therapy intervention uses everyday life activities (occupations) to promote health, well-being, and your ability to participate in the important activities in your life.

Through evaluation and individualized treatment programs, Occupational Therapists can treat existing problems and provide preventative health care for people with a variety of needs such as upper extremity diagnoses and injuries and rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders or conditions caused by neurological trauma.

Occupational Therapist help you analyze and solve problems related to performing everyday activities that can be complicated by progressive neurologic conditions like Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease , as well as other movement disorders. 

MEET THE STAFF

Katelin Feintuch, OTR/L

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
Boynton Beach Clinic Assistant Manager

Joyce Kopelman, OTR/L

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

Tucker Wrights, DOT CPT HMS

DOCTOR OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Evelyn Montoya, COTA

CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Kirsten Bispott, COTA

CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Roberson Michaud, COTA

CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Sierra Cardenas, COTA

CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Kyle Orlovsky, COTA

CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Amanda Walters, COTA

CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Yves Belizaire, COTA

CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

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