Our occupational therapy department specializes in treating patients who
have physical, emotional and developmental disabilities. With our team
of occupational therapy practitioners, including Coshocton County’s
only certified hand therapist, we’re committed to finding ways to
reduce the negative impacts of disability, illness or injury to enhance
your ability to perform everyday functions to meet the needs of your daily life.
We provide programs in both inpatient and outpatient settings, to extended
care residents, and to our home health patients. Our patients are evaluated
and then treated with an individualized plan that may include:
- Treatments with our certified hand therapist
- Neurological rehabilitation
- Static and dynamic splinting
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
- Upper extremity exercises
- Scar management
- Edema control
- Activities of daily living
- Home exercise program and education
Our occupational therapy services are located on the lower level of the
Coshocton Regional Medical Center 311 Building, located at 311 S. 15
St. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. For more information or to talk to us about getting a physician
referral, please call (740) 623-4069.
How Can a Certified Hand Therapist Help?
Do you have trouble turning keys, opening doors or performing simple tasks
with your hands? Perhaps your hands hurt due to arthritis, injury, sprains,
strains, Carpal Tunnel or previous surgery. Our certified hand therapist can help.
Certified Hand Therapist Steve Copenhaver can offer a variety of treatments
- Custom splinting
- Exercises to maximize hand function
- Task-specific treatments to reduce pain and improve hand function
- Scar management
- Education for in-home exercises
For more information or to talk to us about getting a physician referral,
please call (740) 623-4069.