- Headaches or head pressure
- Sleep issues
- Brain fog
- Issues with memory, finding their words, focus, multitasking, or other “thinking” issues
- Difficulty functioning at work or in school
- Improving and optimizing work station setup
- Difficulty managing daily activities, including cooking, cleaning, driving, managing finances, or daily self-care tasks such as bathing.
- Reading issues
- Issues tolerating computer/phone/TV screen
- Difficulty tolerating exercise or returning to sports
Our occupational therapists work with patients who suffer from a wide range of neurologic conditions including: headache, concussion/persistent post-concussive symptoms and functional neurologic disorders.
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapists are registered healthcare providers. In Ontario, all practicing Occupational Therapists must be registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario.
Occupational Therapists are registered healthcare providers who work with individuals to improve performance of meaningful activities in the areas of productivity, leisure, and self-care. Our occupational therapists work with patients who suffer from a wide range of neurologic conditions including: headache, concussion/persistent post-concussive symptoms and functional neurologic disorders.Book an appointment
What can an occupational therapist help me with?
Occupational Therapists are registered healthcare providers who work with individuals to improve performance of meaningful activities in the areas of productivity (work/school), leisure (hobbies), and self-care (cooking, cleaning, and taking care of yourself). Our Occupational Therapy team work with patients who suffer from concussion/persistent concussion symptoms, chronic headaches, covid long haul symptoms, and functional neurologic disorders.
Occupational Therapy can help me with:
- Individualized return to work, school, and/or sports programs
- Improve function at work or in the classroom
- Increase energy levels
- Improve quality of sleep
- Relaxation and stress reduction
- Cognitive strategies
- Concussion education
Occupational Therapy can help if you're experiencing any of the following:
Adults (18+) and Children 0-17 years old
We highly encourage you to see an Occupational Therapist If you have been diagnosed with concussion or persistent post-concussive symptoms.Book an appointment
Initial OT Assessments are (1-hour) and cost $160.
Follow up OT appointments (50-min) are $145.Book an appointment
No – you do not need a doctor’s referral for this appointment. You may optionally choose to have your doctor refer you, but this is not required.
No – OT appointments are not covered by OHIP. Patients are required to pay at the time of their scheduled appointment. Patients may then be reimbursed by any private insurance plans under which they have OT coverage.
Please let the clinic know if you were in an MVA that led to your injury when booking your appointment. Please also let your therapist know at the start of your appointment, in case an OCF-18 form needs to be completed.