Occupational Therapy

The role of an Occupational Therapist is to help people develop, recover or maintain daily living skills by applying a variety of specialized treatments. Their goal is to ensure patients lead independent, productive and satisfying lives. A patient’s customized treatment program is designed so that goals are attained.

Occupational Therapy services include treatment programs that help one's ability to perform all activities of daily life.

Services include:

  • Hand and upper extremity expertise – treatment following fractures, tendon injuries, nerve injuries, arthritis, amputations, infections or joint replacements
  • Splint fabrication of the upper extremity
  • Lymphedema treatment to reduce, control and prevent life-long swelling
  • Rehabilitation for neurologically-involved patients including Parkinson’s disease and those who have suffered a stroke
  • Ergonomics evaluation and modification
  • Home and office assessment and modification
  • Fine Motor and coordination assessment and retraining
  • Cognitive/visual perceptual evaluation and training
  • Retraining dressing, bathing, toileting skills
  • Adaptive equipment training for increasing or maintaining function • Kitchen and meal preparation assessment and skill building
  • Activity modification and energy conservation

Meet our Occupational Therapists


Thompson Health offers Occupational Therapy in two convenient locations:

Canandaigua Rehabilitation
Part of F.F. Thompson Hospital 
699 South Main Street, Suite 2A, Canandaigua
(585) 396-6050

Victor Rehabilitation
Part of F.F. Thompson Hospital 
7670 Omnitech Place, Victor
(585) 602-0075