Enjoy the services of a full team of occupational therapists
Occupational therapy is a health profession that provides services to the person for the ability to function in everyday life is disrupted by an injury or physical illness, developmental problems, aging, mental illness or emotional problems.
All the occupational therapists of the CMI clinics are members of the Ordre des Ergothérapeutes du Québec.
Occupational therapy aims to help individuals re-establish their lifestyle, autonomy and help them restore their productivity at work.
Occupational therapists examine the physical effects of an illness or injury, as well as the psychosocial factors that influence the activities of their client’s daily life.
Occupational therapists use adapted activities that are relevant to the individual to increase functioning and productivity. The occupational therapist and the client find solutions to the problem together. This may include recommendations for refurbishing the home or work environment, teaching work and lifting techniques, etc.
While being client-centered, they carefully coordinate the treatment plan with physiotherapists, the attending physician, other health professionals, family members, and the client himself.
Occupational therapists work with individuals and the community in health promotion through:
Adaptation of the work environment to reduce the risk of injury
Workstation or home assessment
Functional capacity assessment
Functional capacity development
Development of a personalized progressive return to work plan
Teaching good work techniques and postures
Teaching new ways of doing things at home and at work
Teaching pain management techniques
Development of leisure activities to help the client get back into the community
The benefits of our clinics
Occupational therapists are part of the interdisciplinary team of CMI Clinics.
Occupational therapists at CMI clinics are experts, known for evaluating and promoting performance in daily activities and at work.
Occupational driving assessments are recognized by provincial governments to judge people’s skills and abilities to safely drive a motor vehicle.