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Occupational Therapy Clinic


Occupational Therapy Clinic
Woods Soldier Family Care Center
Third Floor, Room 3300
1650 Cochrane Circle
Fort Carson, CO 80913

Business hours
Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Federal Holidays and Selected Training Holidays

Contact information – main phone numbers and department email address
(719) 526-7110; usarmy.carson.medcom-each.list.occtherapy@mail.mil

Directions
The Occupational Therapy Clinic is located on the third floor of the WSFCC. Patients should park in the “G” parking lot (purple signs) just east of the WSFCC; enter the main east entrance and go up the main staircase or take the elevators on the right to the third floor. Turn right from the stairs or elevator to the Occupational Therapy Clinic – which is on the east end of the building.

About
The Occupational Therapy Clinic delivers patient-centered health care to Active Duty Service Members.

The mission for your Evans Occupational Therapy Team is to promote your Soldier readiness, endorse a healthy lifestyle and increase your optimal performance by using Occupational Therapy principles and practices.

Primary services
Upper extremity evaluations and treatment for:
• Elbow, Wrist, Hand, Digit, and Thumb Fractures
• Elbow and Wrist Nerve Injuries
• Soft Tissue Injuries of Elbow, Wrist, Hand and Digits
• Sprains and Strains of Wrist, Digits, and Thumb
• Medial and Lateral Epicondylitis
• Digit Deformities
• Overuse Injuries
• Wound Care
• Surgical Cases
• Splinting Needs of the Upper Extremity
• Functional Restoration Program (Pain Management)

Who can be seen here?
Active Duty military

Walk-in Services
•  Upper extremity bracing

Commonly asked Questions and Answers (including answers to commonly-seen Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) concerns)
How do I get an appointment with an OT?
The OT clinic is a referral based clinic; referrals can come from your PCM or orthopedic provider.

Other information important or critical for patients to know.
•  Children are not permitted in the clinic unless they are being treated (on a case-by-case basis) and should not be left unattended in the waiting area.
•  As a medical education institution, may patients will be seen by interns or students with supervision provided by a board certified therapist.


 

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Last Modified 29 June, 2016