General developmental delays up to specific clinical diagnosis with targeted interventions focused around play.
The physical and mental components of pregnancy and the postpartum period including depression, ergonomics, and routine change.
Whether experiencing a minor delay or a major diagnosis, an occupational therapist can assist a child with gaining independence and the skills required to help them succeed and engage in life to the best of their abilities. Three Rooker Therapy's OTs utilizes the power of play to help children learn and grow, in a safe and developmentally appropriate way.
Typical conditions seen include Autism, ADHD, Sensory processing disorder, developmental delays, delays or concerns with cognitive skills, executive functioning, activities of daily living (bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting), fine, gross and visual motor skills, and social-emotional behavior.
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During the average pregnancy women are seen approximately 14 times. Following birth, women are left to navigate these new and extremely uncertain waters until the 6 week follow-up visit (many think this is the all clear visit, but often the body is still not in the clear). During this time it is not uncommon for women to feel overwhelmed, experience a variety of pains, and have to completely shift to new habits and routines.
At Three Rooker Therapy, we aim to reach mothers before they reach a point of overwhelm whether that be prior to birth or shortly thereafter. We want to help you navigate these waters by providing advice on the ergonomics of motherhood, exercises and tricks to assist with various hip and ligament pains as well as diastasis recti, and most importantly provide a safe place to talk about perinatal (pre and postpartum) mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. So many of these issues are brushed aside and considered a normal part of becoming a mother when they do not have to be. Let us help you get back to being you.
Pelvic Floor Therapy
The pelvic floor is the unsung hero of the human body, as it is responsible for elimination, intimacy, and organ protection. An issue with your pelvic floor can result in incontinence, reduced sexual function, and pain throughout the body, including the neck and back. Issues with the pelvic floor are intimate and private and as such are frequently ignored due to embarrassment, but ⅔ of women giving birth for the first time will suffer some form of pelvic floor dysfunction within 1 year of giving birth, with urinary incontinence being the most common.
Often issues with the pelvic floor lead to women avoiding things they once found enjoyable and have the mistaken belief that these issues or dysfunctions are just a consequence of having children or involvement in athletics. We at Three Rooker Therapy are here to tell you, It is not something you have to live with, and there is something that can be done to help. Three Rooker Therapy provides non-surgical ways to help you take back your life.