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Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital Occupational Therapy

Meet with our trained and certified occupational therapists to regain the mobility you need to get back to work and go about your daily routine.

Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital Occupational Therapy Services Include:

Neurological Occupational Therapy

Designed to help return function and independence to patients, neurological occupational therapy helps people who experience issues with the nervous system. Therapists focus on improving coordination and balance and retraining patients on daily activities such as eating, grooming and basic housekeeping.

Orthopedic Occupational Therapy

Orthopedic therapists work with patients following surgery, to help them rehabilitate and regain musculoskeletal function. Therapists work with patients in an ongoing basis, helping to rebuild their strength and stamina. They also help to address any conditions faced following specific medical procedures.

Therapeutic Massage

Patients who undergo therapeutic massage as part of their physical therapy can experience relief from pain while recovering from an injury. Therapeutic massage can be a valuable part of any wellness program, helping patients increase their range of motion and decrease their anxiety and stress.

Location/Contact Information

Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital Outpatient Occupational Therapy

420 Remington Blvd, Suite 135
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
(phone) 630.312.5900
(fax) 630.312.6831

Meet Our Staff

Shailja Rice, Occupational Therapist

With a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a master’s degree in occupational therapy from Rush University, Shailja has worked as an occupational therapist since 2003. Her clinical experience includes orthopedic, neurological, respiratory and mental health conditions. She has a special interest in low vision and traumatic brain injuries and has certification in group fitness training.

Barbara Polowinczak, Occupational Therapist

Barbara received her bachelor’s degree in 1989 and has more than 20 years of experience in outpatient, rehab, skilled and acute care. She became certified in lymphedema in 2007 and works in both outpatient and inpatient therapy.