Occupational Therapy

Occupational individual therapy

15 / 30 min.

Occupational therapy is a purposeful activity of restoring, maintaining or compensating for a patient’s health. The main goal of occupational therapy is to teach the patient to perform activities, tasks and roles in order to ensure his / her productive life, self-control and environmental control.

During individual occupational therapy, the patient’s personal needs are taken into account, and the sessions are adapted to the patient’s abilities.

The following will be assessed during the consultation:

  • fine motor skills (hand function, mutual – hand coordination, visual – motor skills, academic skills);
  • ability to accept and respond to environmental stimuli (sensory integration);
  • ability to perform self – care activities independently (eating, dressing, hygienic skills, etc.);
  • cognitive skills (concentration, movement planning skills, etc.);
  • the need for compensatory and ancillary measures and the possibilities for adaptation.

Group occupational therapy (up to 5 people)

With a doctor’s appointment
10 / 30 min.
Without a doctor’s appointment
15 / 30 min.

Occupational therapy sessions aim to improve an existing or to restore patient’s daily skills.

Occupational therapy is used for musculoskeletal injuries (bone fractures) and diseases (osteoporosis, arthritis, osteoarthritis, etc.), nervous system disorders (head and spine injuries) and diseases (carpal tunnel syndrome, discogenic hernia, stroke, neuropathy), soft tissue injuries (scars that restrict hand movements, injuries to ligaments, muscles and tendons) and diseases (epicondylitis, tendovaginitis, etc.).

During the procedure:

  • the amplitude of the movements increases
  • fine motor skills are developed
  • muscles gets stronger
  • the blood supply to the tissues is improved
  • coordination gets better

Biometrics E-LINK occupational therapy for arms


The exercises are designed to amplify, restore and improve the strength of the arm joints. During the exercises, the amplitudes of the wrist, elbow and shoulder joints are developed, and muscle strength is developed.

With the help of accessories, household movements are restored. The device has 10 positions, the resistance force is adjustable.


  • after a stroke,
  • after various arm injuries,
  • after a cervical hernia,
  • rehabilitating hand movements.

Biometrics E-LINK occupational therapy for developing strength and the range of motion


The exercises are designed to recover and increase the joint movement amplitude and muscle strength of the body. The first sensor is attached to the muscle affected by atrophy. It records the muscle contractions that can be monitored in real time. The second sensor (accelerometer) records the amplitudes of the joint movement.

Recommended for the treatment of:

  • Paraplegia;
  • Muscle atrophy;
  • Reduced joint movement amplitudes.

Biometrics E-LINK occupational therapy for developing hand strength


The dynamometer is used to measure the isometric grip force of the hand. The finger grip force device measures finger strength and endurance. Computer games help to develop motor skills, as well as to increase the strength and endurance of fingers and hands.

Recommended for:

  • Weakness of the hand muscles;
  • Poor gripping;
  • Poor fine motor skills.