At our state-of-the-art medical center in Dubai, we provide comprehensive occupational therapy services managed by a team of dedicated, board-certified occupational therapists. Our therapists are committed to helping individuals of all ages overcome physical, sensory, or cognitive challenges to lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives.
Whether you’re recovering from an injury, living with a disability, or facing challenges in daily activities due to ageing, our occupational therapy services are designed to enhance your quality of life. We focus on adapting the environment, modifying tasks, teaching skills, and educating patients and families to increase participation in and performance of daily activities, particularly those that are meaningful to the patient.
Our occupational therapy department is equipped to handle a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to developmental delays, neurological conditions, hand injuries, cognitive impairments, and sensory processing issues. With a patient-centered approach, we aim to provide personalized therapy to support your goals for health, well-being, and a return to routine activities.
In addition to occupational therapy, we conveniently offer the following departments to take care of all your holistic health needs under one roof at our multi-speciality medical center in Dubai:
Our occupational therapists provide functional rehabilitation to help patients regain the ability to perform daily activities and work tasks effectively after an injury or due to chronic conditions.
We offer specialized pediatric occupational therapy to support children in achieving developmental milestones and improving skills required for successful school performance and daily activities.
Our occupational therapy program includes neurological rehabilitation, designed to assist patients with neurological conditions in restoring function and independence.
We provide expert hand therapy services for conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, or post-surgical recovery of the hand and upper limb to improve movement and decrease discomfort.
Our therapists are skilled in cognitive rehabilitation, offering strategies to help patients who have experienced cognitive changes due to injury or illness, enhancing their ability to perform daily tasks.
Sensory integration therapy is available for individuals with sensory processing disorders. Our therapists work to help patients better process and respond to sensory information in their environment.
Occupational therapy is a client-centered health profession concerned with promoting health and well-being through occupation. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life.
Individuals of all ages can benefit from occupational therapy, including children with developmental delays, adults recovering from injuries, or seniors experiencing cognitive or physical changes.
Occupational therapists treat a wide range of conditions, including developmental delays, neurological conditions, hand injuries, cognitive impairments, sensory processing disorders, and more.
Occupational therapy helps children develop the skills necessary for successful daily living and school performance. Therapists work on fine motor skills, sensory integration, coordination, and cognitive skills to support a child’s overall development.
Yes, occupational therapy is an integral part of recovery from neurological conditions. Therapists work on restoring function, improving mobility, and assisting with activities of daily living to help patients regain independence.
Hand therapy involves a range of techniques, including exercises, splinting, and manual therapy, to rehabilitate the hand and upper limb. This therapy is beneficial for recovery from injuries, surgeries, or managing chronic conditions.
Sensory integration therapy is designed to help individuals with sensory processing issues by assisting them in organizing and interpreting sensory information in a more adaptive manner.
If you or your family member has difficulty performing any daily activities due to a physical, cognitive, or sensory impairment, occupational therapy may be beneficial. Our therapists can conduct an assessment to determine the need for therapy.
While both occupational and physical therapy help improve patients' ability to perform daily activities, occupational therapy focuses more on improving a patient’s ability to perform activities of daily living and physical therapy focuses on improving the physical function related to movement and strength.
During an occupational therapy session, you can expect the therapist to evaluate your or your family member's needs and create a personalized treatment plan. Therapy may include exercises, activities, or recommendations for adaptive equipment to improve daily living skills.