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Occupational therapy for prosthesis users

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Occupational therapy for prosthesis users

To use your new limb (or prosthesis) to maximum effect, occupational therapy provides you with the exercises, techniques and the encouragement you need to perform daily and work-related tasks in comfort and with confidence. Therapists can help people not only to improve their basic motor functions and reasoning abilities, but also to learn to compensate for permanent loss of function.

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