Chronic pain and immobility make even simple everyday tasks difficult. Doctors often prescribe occupational therapy as an alternative to or recovery from surgery. Our team of occupational therapists in Auburn Hills, MI can help. We create a treatment plan personalized to your condition and your activities. Our team works hard to ensure that after OT, you can complete everyday activities with minimal discomfort.
3100 Cross Creek Pkwy., Ste. 150
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
The Motus Rehabilitation location in Auburn Hills offers:
Injury and chronic pain can prevent you from doing daily activities. Our Auburn Hills occupational therapy team can help reduce that pain and regain mobility. Doctors often prescribe occupational therapy as an alternative to or recovery from surgery. At Motus Rehabilitation, one of our licensed occupational therapists will create an individualized treatment plan based on your daily living skills. With help from our experienced staff, you can get back to doing what you love.
Our Auburn Hills office is staffed by certified hand therapists. CHTs are specialized occupational therapists with experience treating conditions that affect the hand and wrist. These therapists have more training and experience than many other OTs, which is why hand surgeons often recommend them. Our team of hand therapists will create a customized treatment plant to help you return to your everyday activities with minimal pain and immobility.
While we don’t currently staff physical therapists in Auburn Hills, MI, we provide these services at our offices in Warren, Clinton Twp, and Dearborn. Experienced physical therapists teach you low-impact exercises and stretches to lessen pain and regain range of motion. We also provide massage and nerve stimulation therapy.
The staff at the Motus Rehabilitation Auburn Hills office are equipped to treat a variety of disabilities, injuries, and conditions, including:
Meet the physical therapists at our Auburn Hills location:
Director of Rehabilitation Services
James A. Riley has been with Motus since 1997.
Elizabeth Sullivan joined the MOTUS Rehabilitation team in October of 2018. She graduated from Baker College Center for Graduate Studies with her