Todays Date: Thursday 26th November 2015

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists (OTs) take a whole person approach to enable people to achieve their full potential and carry out everyday activities that matter to them. OT’s provide practical solutions to promote independence in everyday living. Practical solutions can mean new or adaptive ways of completing tasks as well as equipment to assist with tasks.
At the Royal orthopaedic Hospital OT’s work closely alongside doctors, nurses and other health professionals involved in your care to plan your discharge from hospital and to assist you to return to everyday life as independently as possible.

For further information see

Occupational Therapy opening hours: 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday
Contact number: 0121 685 4122 (answer phone message is available)
Alternatively OT’s can be contacted using the bleep system. By phoning the main switchboard on 0121 684 4000 and then bleep 2691 for orthopaedics or spinal OT, bleep 2633 for orthopaedic oncology OT & bleep 2632 for paediatric OT.

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