Chinesport - OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Project


The main objective of occupational therapy is enable people to TAKE PART in everyday activities to the best of their abilities. Therapists guide patients in identifying those activities that are more difficult for them and finding possible solutions, using objects or strategies to compensate for or modify the activity. Upper limbs are extremely complex and represent one of the bigger challenges in rehabilitation, whether due to infantile cerebral palsy, Klumpke paralysis or any articular limitations caused by chronic inflammatory process such as in cases of rheumatoid arthritis and/or fibromyalgia. Even a simple periarthritis or tendonitis can be the cause of significant limitation in everyday activities. The number of even relatively young individuals affected by hemiparesis following a stroke is on the rise, as are demyelinating diseases and cases of multiple sclerosis, with all the issues deriving from having an abnormal control of the limbs. In order to improve the patient’s quality of life as well as for those who care for him/her daily, therapy efforts must try to achieve the highest results.





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