Treatment Plans

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Review of Mosby’s Pathology for Massage Therapists, 2nd edition, by Salvo and Anderson. Within the course of Dr. Johnson.

Formulating an appropriate treatment plan, as discussed in the book and in the power point for Chapter 2, will also be an important aspect of Occupational Therapy.  It involves knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and intense discussion with the patient about what they want to gain from therapy; or in my case with Pediatric Occupational Therapy, discussion with the parent or guardian and the patient.  It also involves using people skills and knowing what therapeutic techniques will work best to help the client for what problems they are having.  In Pediatric Occupational Therapy, you can often come across such problems as children who are recovering from brain surgeries, children with cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, and other diseases that can affect physical functioning.

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