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Steven Prussack
OTR/L
15910 Patom Court
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Phone: (714) 418-0456 
Email: Steve@Prussack.com
Status: Students

Areas of Specialization: Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Modalities Used: nutrition

Philosphy/Description: Occupational Therapy is a health care profession that is concerned with restoring useful physical functionality following disabling accidents and sickness. The goal of occupational therapy is to assist the patient in achieving the maximum level of independent function. Patients include persons suffering from strokes, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, arthritis, head injuries, amputations, burns, hand injuries, people with visual, auditory and speech problems. The primary tool of the occupational therapists is the active involvement of the patient in therapeutic tasks and activities which, while improving function, help the patient learn to apply the newly restored or impaired function in meeting the demands of daily living

Education: Seton Hall University: Masters Degree



 
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