Hillary Kibgis is incredibly skilled with her ability to help people recover from pain and injuries. I call her the "shoulder whisperer", as I have seen her do amazing things with my patients suffering from frozen shoulder syndrome. I regularly refer to her and my patients return with glowing reviews from their sessions. I am very confident in her ability to best serve my patients and highly recommend her. -Dr Karina Jarvela
"When I first went to see Hillary I was not able to consistently workout. I would go out for an easy run and then be off for the next 5 days because my hamstrings or my hips hurt so bad. This was very discouraging because I am a former collegiate/competitive runner of 20 years. I have run 30 marathons and ran high mileage for many years without injury so I always thought that I would be able to run. What I like best about Hillary is her practical diagnosis, confidence that I would run again, and her implementing a plan that lead to recovery. I have not desire to run high mileage, but I love being able to go out and run three to five miles without pain. It is important to stick with the 10 minute stretching plan and I have seen Hillary a few times mainly because of my running background. I highly recommend her and so glad that my friend told me to go see her. I also sent my husband and after only one visit he is back to running 4 days a week." - Hilary S.
"Hillary brings a wealth of experience, insight and compassion to her work as an Occupational Therapist. I really appreciate her holistic approach that not only provides needed pain relief but allows for greater flexibility and freedom of movement." -Barbara S.
"Hillary is a highly skilled and compassionate occupational therapist. Having worked with her over the past 5+ years, I know she strives to improve clients' ability to function and engage in activities important to them." -Cathy V.
Hillary Kibgis is incredibly skilled with her ability to help people recover from pain and injuries. I call her the “shoulder whisperer”, as I have seen her do amazing things with my patients suffering from frozen shoulder syndrome. I regularly refer to her and my patients return with glowing reviews from their sessions. I am very confident in her ability to best serve my patients and highly recommend her. -Dr Karina Jarvela

 

WHAT IS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY?

  • “Occupational Therapy is the use of treatments to develop, recover, or maintain the daily living what is occupational therapyand work skills of people with physical, mental, or developmental condition.” -Wikipedia
  • Occupational Therapists are experts at evaluating and analyzing tasks and activities, determining how they may be contributing to pain and dysfunction, and how to manage, remediate, and prevent recurring injury and pain.
  • Form of therapy helping individuals participate in things they want or need to do through the use of a variety of treatment techniques. Treatment techniques include, but are not limited to, hands on treatment, cognitive assessment, consulting, training, and caregiver education/training.

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