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How can a person get occupational therapy for himself?
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Dr. Robert Meislin
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In brief: OT help
A person/patient can specifically request from the examining physician that he/she would like to work with an occupational therapist.
If the person has an upper extremity injury then a prescription can be detailed describing the diagnosis and ot plan.

In brief: OT help
A person/patient can specifically request from the examining physician that he/she would like to work with an occupational therapist.
If the person has an upper extremity injury then a prescription can be detailed describing the diagnosis and ot plan.
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