The Therapy Place is a privately owned family business owned by longtime Kalamazoo residents, Bruce and Diane Vincent. The business was started in 2005 and is located in Kalamazoo, Michigan providing Occupational Therapy services throughout the Greater Kalamazoo and Southwest Michigan areas.
What We Do
Occupational therapists at The Therapy Place help with barriers that affect a person's emotional, social, and physical needs. To do this, occupational therapists will use everyday activities, exercises, and other therapies.
The Therapy Place is committed to providing needed health-related therapeutic services to the greater Kalamazoo area.
We value all our patients and pledge to treat each one with dignity and respect.
Contact us for a free therapy screen, regardless of diagnosis and insurance coverage, to determine if occupational therapy services can address your needs.
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- Cognitive disorders
- Developmental delays
- Fine motor delays
- Eating disorders
- Learning disorders
- Mental health issues
- Behavioral issues
- Chronic conditions
- Post-surgical conditions
- Traumatic injuries
- Visual/perceptual impairments
Adult Sensory Processing Disorders
Sensory processing disorders negatively impact an adult’s ability to parent, work, or engage in home management, or social and leisure activities. Occupational therapists can identify these disorders and intervene.
Adult Fall and Injury Prevention
At least one out of every four adults over the age of 65 falls each year, but falls are not a natural part of the aging process. Occupational therapists are trained to identify and resolve risk factors in the individual’s environment.
Adult Pain Management
Many people turn to addictive pain medications to manage chronic pain. Occupational therapists have a broad view of pain and its causes, enabling them to offer a multitude of treatments to ensure success.
Musculoskeletal disorders often result in problems with performance of activities of daily living. Occupational therapy goes beyond treatment of an isolated area to include the whole person’s functional needs.
Pediatric Autism Spectrum Disorders
Parents of children with autism spectrum disorders often have concerns about behavioral and social development problems. Occupational therapy can help children function better in these environments.
Pediatric Sensory Processing Disorders
Occupational therapy interventions may help children and adolescents understand how they process information in relation to sport and leisure activities, relationships, and vocational choices.
Meet Our Therapists
Amy holds a Bachelor’s of Occupational Therapy from Western Michigan University and a Master’s of Occupational Therapy from Boston University. She specializes in pain management...Meet Amy
Monica Phillips Monica Phillips, OT, graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Health, with a focus on Occupational Therapy....Meet Monica
Sarah Visser graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a cognate in Cognitive Science. She received her Doctor of Occupational Therapy...Meet Julia
I started OT with The Therapy Place in late May. I was impressed with their COVID procedures, but more impressed that the treatments they provided gave me relief from chronic pain which I had suffered for more than 2 years. I am grateful for the service and the people.Aaron S.
I came to The Therapy Place as a matter of need versus choice. I was grateful to meet such warm and caring people, and was able to (I’m sure) more quickly recover from my stroke and have returned to almost complete activity.Crysta G.
I suffer from continual joint and back pain and without The Therapy Place, I would be forced to use other pain-relief measures like addictive opioids. With my OT treatment, I can manage my pain to a great extent. Thank you everyone!Shari M.
I feel really comfortable being treated at The Therapy Place. They are non-judgemental and help me with some back and shoulder pain.Eli P.