Adult Services

Adolescent Substance Abuse
Adolescent substance abuse affects all aspects of a person’s well-being, including relationships with others and the ability to engage in the activities and things that the person wants and needs to do. Occupational therapy offers unique expertise to help people in recovery develop life skills and take next steps on their journey. Read more >


Adult OT Services
At the foundation of our Community Practice lies our adult occupational therapy services. We work to eliminate barriers in your life, so that you can do the things you need and want to do, and will meet with you in the clinic or at home based upon your therapeutic needs. Read more >


Cancer Survivorship
Following chemotherapy, many cancer survivors experience emotional and neurological changes that impact the way they live their daily lives. Our clinicians can offer tactics to help manage any challenges that exist so that survivors can not only beat cancer, but the effects of it, too.Read more>


Community Accessibility
Our community accessibility team examines residential and commercial buildings to evaluate ease of access for persons with a disability. They look at factors such as ramp dimensions, door width, turning radius for a wheelchair, and many other contributors to accessibility. Read more >


Comprehensive Behavior Intervention for Tics (CBIT)
Comprehensive Behavior Intervention for Tics (CBIT) is a non-drug treatment that teaches strategies to clients with tic disorders to help them reduce and better manage tics. CBIT may also benefit persons with Autism and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder who often have tic-like movements. Read more >


Healthy Aging
As a person ages, it’s natural for abilities  to evolve  due to the physical and mental changes that occur during this stage of life. Often, these changes  require a modified approach to the normal habits and routines of daily living. Read more >

 

Home Modifications
If you are considering modifying your home for safety, our team of experts can help guide you through the process to make sure  your home is as  comfortable as it is safe…which will provide you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing it’s done right! Read more >


Low Vision
Through this program, a specialized clinician helps clients with glaucoma, macular degeneration, and any other low vision conditions maximize their remaining vision so that they can safely and independently see and do the things they want. Read more >

 

Milliken Hand Rehabilitation Center
One of the first three hand rehabilitation facilities established in the U.S. With over 60 years of experience treating complex and common injuries, Milliken's occupational, physical and certified hand therapists assist Washington University plastic surgeons, orthopedic surgeons and community physicians in providing treatment for patients with hand and upper extremity injuries. Read more>


Movement Disorders
Movement disorders can have a large impact on an individual’s functional ability. Following diagnosis, a person may experience cognitive, emotional, or behavioral changes in addition to the physical changes in his/her ability to control movementRead more>

 

Occupational Performance Center
Often, we identify ourselves by the work that we do. Following a new diagnosis, disability, or brain injury, people aren’t always ready or able to return to work or school in the same manner. If and when that happens, our unique team is here to help. Read more >


Parenting with Disabilities
Raising kids can bring many challenges as well as present numerous learning opportunities throughout each age and stage of the child’s life. This unique program explores resources for parents with disabilities in order to offer one-on-one assistive strategies for families. Read more >

 

Primary Care
Occupational therapy practitioners can uniquely contribute to interprofessional care teams that address the needs of an individual throughout their lifespan, especially those with chronic conditions. Occupational therapists within the clinic can provide screening, evaluation, intervention and education in the moment to improve successful participation in daily life and decrease the risk of decline and hospitalization.
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Seating, Mobility and Assistive Technology
There are many ways to configure a wheelchair, and numerous factors that must be taken into consideration. Our seating and mobility experts are uniquely trained to assess a client’s mobility needs, and ready to help make recommendations tailored to each person, inclusive of each and every variable. 
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Self-management for Living Well
Within health care, the term “self-management” can mean many things. For us, it comes down to helping people find ways to stay healthy and successfully manage any chronic conditions that are present. Because each person’s needs are unique, our clinicians will zero in on what strategies will be the most impactful for you. Read more >


 

Patient Appointments

Please call 314-286-1669 or email Curtis Comer to make an appointment.

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At your home or workplace, at your convenience.

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