Occupational Therapy

Why Would You Need Occupational Therapy?

  • Fine Motor Skills (e.g. Difficulty using scissors, print letters / words legibly, manipulate small objects).
  • Gross Motor Coordination ( e.g. Difficulties with motor planning, poor upper extremity timing and
    sequencing )
  • Self-Help Skills (e.g. Unable to dress self, manipulate fasteners, follow toileting schedule, and / or perform hygiene / grooming tasks independently).
  • Sensory Processing (e.g., Poor attention to task, auditory or tactile sensitivity, poor registration / modulation of sensory stimuli).
  • Visual Perceptual / Visual Motor Skills (e.g. Difficulty duplicating geometric figures, copying words off the board, processing visual stimuli as it exists).
  • Benefit from Adaptive Equipment (e.g. Wheelchair, Stander, Bath Chair, Reacher, Splint, Computer Program, Augmentative Communication Device, and / or Dressing Aides).

Conditions for Occupational Therapy

  • Developmental Delay
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Autism
  • Down Syndrome
  • Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Pain in Shoulders, Arms, and / or Hands
  • Limited Range of Motion of Upper Extremities (Arms)
  • Adaptive Equipment

Therapy Central Locations

  • 5309 N. McColl
    McAllen, Tx 78504
    Ph: (956)664-1819
    Fax: (956)994-8299
  • 301 S. Broadway
    Elsa, Tx 78543
    Ph: (956)262-7810
    Fax: (956)262-7816
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Our Services

  • Speech Therapy Focus on Language, Articulation, Social Communication, Difficulty Swallowing with Foods/Liquids, and Fluency.
  • Occupational Therapy Focus on Fine Motor Skills, Self-care Skills, Sensory Processing Difficulties, Visual Motor/Perceptual Skills, Adaptive Equipment.
  • Physical Therapy Focus on Gross Motor Skills, Abnormal Movements, Developmental Delays, Orthopedics and Mobility Equipment.
  • Aquatic Therapy Focus on Arthritis, Post-Surgical Rehab, Hip/Knee Replacements, Low Back Pain, Cervical Pain and many others
  • Social Services Focus on socioeconomic and
    psychosocial issues