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Occupational therapy for computer related eye strains.

Do people who have severe eye injuries use Occupational Therapy?
Thu, 24 Jun 2010
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Yes, of course. Occupational therapy is designed to help people to adapt to loss of ability and is not restricted to any specific injury. Naturally, different problems need different solutions, and Occupational therapist who specialize in mobility losses, would not use the same techniques as Occupational therapist who specialize in vision or hearing losses.
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Occupational therapy for computer related eye strains.

Yes, of course. Occupational therapy is designed to help people to adapt to loss of ability and is not restricted to any specific injury. Naturally, different problems need different solutions, and Occupational therapist who specialize in mobility losses, would not use the same techniques as Occupational therapist who specialize in vision or hearing losses.