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Occupational Therapy

Dar EL Mona OT department uses the most up to date programs and equipment helping the patient to be as independent as possible. This may be achieved by restoring old skills or teaching the patient new skills to adjust to disabilities through adaptive equipment, orthotics, and modification of the patient’s home environment.

Occupational therapy interventions focus on:

  • Adapting to the environment
  • Modifying the task
  • Teaching the skills
  • Educating the client’s family to increase his/her participation in and performing of daily activities such as self-care, dressing, bathing, eating, drinking, grooming and toilet use

After consideration of the effects of the neurological or orthopedic problems on the individual function and the expected rate of recovery, different methods of assessment are considered.

Dar El Mona Emphasis on selecting the appropriate measurement tool according to the individual’s level function. Also, the need to measure the individual performance under different environmental constraints

Dar el Mona state of the art Computer-based physical therapy systems (virtual reality) enable patients to have fun while stretching and strengthening their physical capacities. Our recent up to date machines allow the person to improve his cognitive ability beside his daily living activity skills (DLA).

The recorded measurement data are shown on a computer system using image processing software. A comparison between different measurements is immediate.

Dar El Mona’s Robotic- And Computer Aided Rehabilitation Devices Include:

  • Robotic- and computer-assisted therapy devices for fingers and hands with therapy software that provides feedback- and measurement modules for different rehabilitation therapy games.
  • Interactive therapy exercises which focus on visuo­motor finger, hand and arm coordination as well as support patients with sensory-motor and cognitive impairments during rehabilitation.
  • Interactive virtual reality training exercises for lower limb function

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