Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps people from all walks of life engage in healthy practices, adopt healthy behaviors, and participate in the things they want and need to do in everyday life despite illness, injury, or disability.

Our occupational therapy department addresses a wide range of injuries and disabilities including trauma, pain, fractures, crush, nerve, tendon injuries, muscle tears, carpal tunnel, sensory impairments, dislocations, tendonitis, arthritis, and stroke. Occupational Therapy can help maximize post-surgical outcomes.

With 25 plus years of geriatric and pediatric experience, Jerry Pasol, the occupational therapist on staff at Acadia St. Landry Hospital, will provide each client with a comprehensive assessment and work with them to develop a customized treatment program to maximize functional skills and meet goals set by the client.