Treatment to Restore Independence with Activities of Daily Living, Self Care, Dressing, and Issues with Parkinson’s, Stroke, or Traumatic Brain Injury
Serving East Brunswick, Monroe, Old Bridge and Surrounding Areas
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Are You Tired Of Feeling
Like You’re “Missing Out?”
It can seem pretty defeating to always feel like you’re at a disadvantage. For some this could be trouble sleeping, struggling to use the bathroom or simply to get dressed without asking for help. Perhaps you’re missing out on time with others doing hobbies or leisurely activities that you used to be able to do. Others may be have stroke-related problems, or cognitive issues caused by Parkinson’s disease or a learning disability. Or perhaps a traumatic brain injury is preventing you or a loved one from living independently. Injured on the job? Returning to work after a work-related injury can be a challenge for some. We’ve encountered HUNDREDS of different uphill battles that our patients experience with their formerly routine activities of daily living who may be just like you… Someone who may be feeling embarrassed or too stubborn to ask for help. Maybe you’ve tried to improve your health or overcome your challenges on your own. Unfortunately, it only leaves you with asking yourself the same question…
“What Is Wrong With Me?”
Does That Sound Like You?
The truth is, nothing is wrong with you. You just need some help. Whether that’s improving your dexterity so you can use your hands to dress, cook, clean, etc., or being able to bathe on your own. Or maybe you need some help with learning or socializing. Rheumatoid arthritis can be a common problem, too, that we treat.
Not every patient we care for has suffered from a serious illness or injury… but almost ALL of our patients understand the importance of being able to accept help. However, in years past… it hasn’t always been easy to get the right help you need (or deserve).
How to Find The Right Help…
If you’re reading this you are clearly interested in bettering yourself and getting back to the things you used to do. If you’re like all the other people that we have helped get back to doing the things they love, then right now you feel hopeless. Like the system has failed you. And that is because it has!
Doctors are restricted in the amount of time they can spend with you because of the current health care systems and large corporate restrictions. And there is no one else to fill the gap to get you the support and help you need. Doctors are forced to self refer to other large corporate clinics who further the headaches and broaden the lack of support.
This is why TheraFit Rehab in Matawan, NJ, isn’t your typical Occupational Therapy Clinic. We’re unique because we’re fully equipped with the three most important keys to therapeutic treatment and care for people with neurological conditions or traumatic brain injuries.
- Adaptive Equipment
- Professional Therapists
- Activity-Based Programs
This probably has you wondering…
“So, How Do We Do This?”
How It Works
You have specific needs as to why you searched for an Occupational Therapist near you. That’s why we always start with an initial evaluation to address your unique goals. Some patients are suffering from a chronic condition like Parkinson’s, while you may just need help regaining use of your arm because a muscle or nerve problem popped up recently. Consistency and support are very important to us. Which is why we like to help each patient with a treatment plan that works for you and meets you where you’re at now.
Which leads to our third step of maintaining. Once we help you achieve your goal, we want to make sure you maintain the healthy, enriched lifestyle that we all crave. A life full of the things we love and we want you to finally be capable and able of living that life without feeling dependent or stressed — and without needing to take pills or have surgery unless medically necessary.
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What Happens if You Don’t Get Help?
It’s fairly common to feel like you can regain your independence and solve your impairments problems on your own. For some, trying to manage your health alone may work. However, the result of not getting help could lead to more dependence on others, depression, or feeling more isolated because of troubles performing tasks you used to be able to perform yourself. If you’re already experiencing any of those struggles, then it’s important for you to take action now!
We like to remind our patients this…
“If you’re currently suffering then you already know the result of not getting help… more SUFFERING. Therefore, reaching out for help is ALWAYS a great first step.”
Without the proper treatment and support, you may struggle with things like:
Instead, Imagine If…
You were able to sleep, bathe, and get dressed MUCH easier than before. Imagine being able to get out of bed, brush your teeth, and cook breakfast on your own, without the lower self-esteem that can come from having to depend on others. When you’re in pain or frustrated, you’ll likely feel stressed which can lower your energy and make you feel helpless. Imagine starting your day feeling more alive and well with enough energy and confidence to not just make it through the day, but to enjoy your day, too.
And one more… How incredible would it feel to finally be able to say “YES!” to your children or grandchildren when they ask to play with you?
When you receive the proper support both physically and mentally from our experienced and caring occupational therapists in Matawan and surround areas of New Jersey, life becomes much more enjoyable. You’ll be able to enjoy the things and people you love the most, without depending on others or feeling isolated.
Occupational therapy can help you in many ways, but the most important ways that one of our OTs can help you become a better you are:
Are You Ready to Regain Your Independence?
Call Now to speak with our licensed Occupational Therapists that serve the communities of Aberdeen, East Brunswick, Freehold, Hightstown, New Brunswick, Old Bridge, and more. You’ll directly get EVEN MORE advice on how you can improve your health, communication and daily function from our EXPERTS. All because we believe that you can get to a new level and that there is ALWAYS HOPE.
Request a FREE consultation, during which we will talk about things that you are having trouble with and your GOALS to overcome them and get back to doing the things you LOVE.
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What Past Patients Have Said
About TheraFit Rehab…
“I have completed quite a bit of my occupational and physical rehab to overcome my MS at TheraFit. Their expertise in neurological conditions is exceptional and the therapists work hard to ensure their patients get the best therapy and program to meet their needs. This rehab center is one of a kind! Truly a hidden gem in the cockeysville area! “
“I was diagnosed with MS 5 years ago. I have 3 grandchildren that I stopped watching and playing with shortly after my diagnosis. TheraFit has helped me gain the confidence and strength I needed to be able to get back to playing and now even watching them for short periods of time by myself!! What a joy it has been to be with them.”
“I came to TheraFit looking for a new wheelchair. Not only was their team very knowledgeable on the different chairs available but moreover they fought with the insurance companies to get me a lightweight chair that my wife could get into and out of the car easily. After a great experience with the wheelchair, I have now started Physical and Occupational therapy and feel that I am getting stronger and more flexible.”