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Occupational therapy available at CCH

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Occupational therapy available at CCH

Occupational therapy works to help you get your life back no matter what your health condition. Campbell County Health Rehabilitation Services has a number of occupational health experts available to help you in Gillette, Wyoming.

What is occupational therapy?

Occupational therapy helps people of all ages do occupations or the things they want and need to do. Occupations are every day meaningful activities. This can include brushing your teeth, walking your dog, maintaining your employment, driving, or making your favorite meal. 

Why would I need occupational therapy?

Have you ever had an injury, accident, or new diagnosis that made it difficult to do the things you need or love to do? Arthritis can make it difficult to hold a coffee cup. A broken wrist means combing your hair in the morning is painful. A traumatic brain injury may mean you have trouble returning to your job and socializing with your friends.

An occupational therapist will work with you on your specific goals and develop a unique treatment plan that will improve or maintain your abilities to be able to do what matters to you.

Who are occupational therapists?

Occupational practitioners take a holistic perspective meaning we treat you as a whole person and not just your diagnosis. Occupational therapy practitioners have advanced training in anatomy, psychology, mental health, and use the most up to date research to plan and develop services. 

How occupational therapy can help you?

Occupational therapy provides services across the life span from pediatrics, adults, and end of life care. Services and diagnosis can include but are not limited to driving, aging in place, home modification, arthritis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, low vision, stroke, traumatic brain injury, autism, sensory processing, caregiver training, fall prevention, and upper extremity injuries.

Occupational therapists in Gillette, Wyoming

Occupational therapy services are available to patients at the Stocktrail Building, in the comfort of their own home with Home Health, or at the Short Term Rehabilitation Unit at The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center.

Three of our Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants are pictured here; they are: 

You may schedule an appointment with them by calling 307-688-8000. Learn more about Occupational Therapy with CCH Rehabilitation Services at

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