Occupational Therapy

A unique and multidisciplinary approach to the return-to-work process!​

For CNESST (CSST), SAAQ and private patients of the Verdun, Ville-Émard and South-West area of Montreal

WHAT IS Occupational Therapy?

An Occupational Therapist is a healthcare professional who aims to optimize a person's autonomy as it pertains to activities of daily living (ADLs), instrumental activities of daily living (iADLs), leisure activities and work, despite physical, social and/or architectural barriers that may limit one's ability to perform such activities.

ADLs: routine activities with respect to self-care, such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting and transferring (walking).

iADLs: these activities allow a person to live independently in their immediate environment, or in the community such as cooking, housework, driving, managing finances. 


  • Development of progressive return-to-work programs
  • Ergonomic assessments and recommendations
  • Recommendations for equipment and technical aids
  • Recommendations for postural hygiene, pain management and energy conservation strategies
  • Functional rehabilitation programs for non-work related injuries
  • Evaluations to obtain a permit for handicap parking and paratransit