Occupational Therapy benefits patients with a wide range of diagnoses, both neurological and orthopedic, and utilizes a variety of techniques to improve the performance of daily activities.
We provide specialized treatment for conditions such as broken bones, dislocated fingers, arthritis, trigger finger, and more.Hand Therapy
We provide specialized treatment for conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist sprains, wrist fractures, and more.Wrist Therapy
Meridian Hand Therapy is an independent, therapist-owned practice serving patients of all ages with locations in Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, and Northridge. Using the best available techniques and equipment, our therapists are dedicated to individual patient care. We believe in the complete care and rehabilitation of the hand and upper extremity. Our therapists take an integrated approach to treatment, taking into account the entire picture of each patient's medical complaint and related history. We know that individual care and a personal touch aide the patient in full recovery. We strive for excellence in providing the highest quality care for each patient and their individual condition.
We believe an optimal outcome is dependent on three factors: a skilled physician, a knowledgeable and empathetic therapist, and a motivated patient. We aim to provide an environment conducive to developing a proactive patient, patient education, and overall success in treatment.
With offices located in Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, and Northridge, Meridian Hand Therapy provides patients with quick access points from major freeways passing through the Conejo Valley, Simi Valley, and San Fernando Valley.Office Information
Occupational Therapists work toward improving an individual's functional independence in life skills. Our care plans are developed by the patient and therapist to ensure the patients' goals are met and normal daily living activities can be resumed.Learn More
After hours appointments are available upon request.Call Now (805) 497-1700
Occupational Therapists look at not only the skills to perform Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), but also at the ability to bring them altogether, in order to be successful in doing those things that are meaningful to our lives. For some of us, this may be limited to taking care of ourselves, for others it may include taking care of someone else, running our home, shopping or engaging in our vocational or leisure activities.
If you are injured or undergo surgery, your physician may prescribe hand therapy to help you recover to your fullest ability. Therapy plays a very important part in your recuperation, and you want to be completely sure that your therapist is the best one for you. At Meridian Hand Therapy, we work one-on-one with patients to develop individual treatment plans to best address each patient's medical situation. Our primary goal is to work with our patients in evaluating their injury and to provide them with quality treatment and education to return them to maximal functioning and productive living as quickly as possible.
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