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Our owner and lead massage therapist, Kimberly Gagnon, will slowly be reducing her availability do deliver treatments so that she can focus more time on building the business, training our team and continuing her own education. To start, we have welcomed an Occupational Therapist to our team and hope to bring on a Physical Therapist as well by the end of this year. We have had numerous requests to accept insurance, and having clinical therapists on staff will make that a more easily attainable goal. We will notify you if and when we can make this happen!
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy is a health care profession aimed at enabling people to live life to its fullest. To occupational therapists, a “full” life means engagement in the activities that a person wants and needs to do, no matter what injury, illness, condition, disability, lifestyle, or environment stands in the way. These everyday human activities are what we call “occupations,” and they are the building blocks of our physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual health. Occupational therapists help people to perform, modify, or adapt their skills and activities in order to live healthier, happier, and more productive lives.
Equipped with a solid grounding in both the medical and social sciences, occupational therapists work with people of all ages across the entire lifespan, from newborn infants to elders in hospice care. With the growing number of returning military service members, the emerging autism epidemic, and an aging baby boomer population, demand for occupational therapists will continue to be strong, now and into the foreseeable future.
Occupational Therapists can:
- Help elders re-engage in activities they love but can’t do now because of physical limitations.
- Coach corporate executives on creating an optimal balance of work and leisure to reduce stress and maximize health, or advise them on creating office spaces based upon ergonomic principles.
- Treat children with autism and sensory processing disorders to help them experience the joys of successful play, self-care and social occupations.
- Create community programs and interventions for immigrants, indigenous communities or people with mental illness so that they can enjoy productive and satisfying lives.
- Teach adults with spinal cord injuries how to use technology to avoid life-threatening pressure ulcers when traveling in the community.
- Assist teachers in redesigning classroom environments so that children with attention deficit disorders are less easily distracted during learning activities.
- Develop innovative weight loss programs that comprehensively emphasize the connections between healthy eating, meaningful activities, stress reduction and physical exercise.
- Help an adult experiencing a depressive episode re-engage in daily activities by recommending a series of graduated activities that maximize the chance for success.
Because Kimberly will soon have a more limited schedule to see her clients, she is offering everyone an opportunity to try 2 different massage therapists that she believes will be able to continue with her progress plan. Depending on your individual needs, she will refer you to two different massage therapists. You will have the opportunity to try each therapist for
50 minutes for only $45 per session.