Therapists treat patients from neonatal through geriatric years whose functional
status has been impaired by trauma, disease or developmental factors.
They evaluate, treat, monitor and provide education to patients and the
community. Therapeutic intervention includes progressive rehabilitation
strategies, neurophysiologic techniques and the use of modalities. Additional
programs for children including Hippotherapy: Therapy for Children on
Horseback are also offered.
Occupational Therapy - (973) 322-5020 uses therapeutic, purposeful activities to improve functional status.
Focus of therapy can include fine motor control, cognitive and visual-perceptual
therapy, splinting, hand therapy, work hardening and activities of daily living.
Physical Therapy - (973) 322-5018 focuses on improving functional activities involving gross body movements.
This may include rehabilitating sports or other injuries, gait training,
muscle strengthening, flexibility, endurance training and pain management.
Outpatient - (973) 322-7500
Please see Barnabas Health Ambulatory Care Center.
Hippotherapy: Therapy for Children on Horseback -
Hippotherapy uses the movement of a horse to improve the physical skills
of children with mobility problems. Balance, posture, range of motion,
sensory-processing and self-esteem building are common achievements of