Occupational Therapy

We now offer occupational therapy services to our patients 

Occupational therapy focuses on the daily activities that gives life meaning. Whether it be for post-injury or surgical rehabilitation, or for an ongoing illness or disability, we can help you improve, recover, and develop the skills needed to perform the activities of daily life. We offer specialized assistance unique to our patient's individual needs to help them improve cognitive, physical, sensory, and motor skills.

We specialize in promoting improved functional use of upper extremities or rehabilitation following injuries to hands and forearms. We treat patients who've suffered from a stroke, or suffer from carpal tunnel, tendinitis, arthritis, or chronic injuries. Our treatment also includes rehab following surgical procedures and trauma. Some of the services we offer for occupational therapy are listed below. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about becoming a patient, please contact us for more information. 

  • Review medical history
  • Observe task performance
  • Evaluate conditions and needs
  • Demonstrate exercises and how to perform daily tasks based on your unique needs
  • Evaluate your home and workplace and identify potential improvements
  • Educate family members or your employer 
  • Recommend specific equipment and provide instruction
  • Record and assess progress of function and performance

Meet Meg Kunisch

Occupational Therapist 

Over the years, Meg has worked in hospitals, home care, and an outpatient center. Originally from Sebewaing, Meg chose to return to the area out of love for the thumb and her family. She has a passion for serving the area and the people she grew up with. Meg especially loves hand therapy.

"Its so wonderful watching a patient go from being unable to use their hand to having the ability to return to work or simply care for themselves again. I try to make every therapy session different and fun for the patient while challenging them the entire time. I am a very social person and feel very blessed that my profession allows me to engage in social interactions and build therapeutic relationships with clients."

When Meg isn't working with patients she's riding horses and enjoying the outdoors; hiking, fishing, or helping out around the farm.