Pain and immobility can make everyday tasks difficult. Our occupational therapy in Livonia, MI can help. We create a treatment plan based on your condition and your daily activities. And together we work to help you heal. Our staff works hard to make sure that after occupational therapy, you can return to work and the activities you love.
37650 Professional Center Dr., Ste. 105A
Livonia, MI 48154
When injury and disability prevent you from accomplishing everyday pursuits, our occupational therapy in Livonia, MI is here to help. Occupational therapy is used to help you regain the ability to do your everyday activities. With a personalized treatment plan, you will see increased range of motion and reduced pain and stiffness. At Motus Rehabilitation, a licensed occupational therapist will work one-on-one to build the daily living skills you need for home, work, and school.
Our Livonia office is staffed by a certified hand therapist. CHTs are specialized occupational therapists with experience in treating conditions that affect the hands and arms. Hand therapy is sometimes prescribed as an alternative to surgery. It can also be used after surgery to help you regain mobility. Certified hand therapists will create individualized therapeutic plans to increase your range of motion and decrease pain.
While we don’t have physical therapists in Livonia, we provide those services in our Dearborn, Warren and Clinton Twp offices. Licensed PTs provide a range of low-impact exercises and stretches to reduce pain and improve mobility. Through physical therapy, you can learn to manage your pain, reducing the need for long-term medication. Quality rehabilitation services develop overall fitness and wellness for life.
The therapists at our Livonia location treat a variety of disabilities, injuries, and conditions, including:
Meet the physical therapists at our Livonia location:
Director of Rehabilitation Services
James A. Riley has been with Motus since 1997.
Rachel Riggs joined Motus Rehab in 2019. She graduated from Wayne State University after receiving her Masters degree in Occupational Therapy. Rach