Home Safety and Fall Prevention

Cut the Clutter! Maintain wide, clear paths and walkways by removing clutter and unnecessary furniture especially around stairs and in hallways. This includes boxes, stacks of magazines or newspapers and other items that can be stored away from walking paths. Remove...

Gardening with Arthritis

Gardening can be a painless activity with a bit of planning, the right equipment, and modifying the way you perform your tasks. With a few adaptations, appropriate support to involved joints, and following strategies that will prevent further damage, you can continue...

Let’s Get Functional!

Check out these tips from an occupational therapist to optimize your health, wellness, & daily function:   Stretch: All 360 joints in your body are meant to go through their full range of motion each day and several times a day. Move: Park farther away from the...

Importance of Local Student Programs

Our therapy staff has enjoyed serving our community and supporting our local technical, community college and university future occupational therapists with our Student Program. Internships and fieldwork programs are vital as it is required for many degreed college...
Cheers to 100 years of Occupational Therapy

Cheers to 100 years of Occupational Therapy

PTC is excited to celebrate April being Occupational Therapy month by helping our clients live life to the fullest & maximize pain-free function. Stop by our table this Saturday, April 8, 2017 at the Puyallup Activity Center Spring Fling Health Fair from 8:00am –...

Meet Our New Health Coach!

Summer Greetings from PTC! We are ecstatic to present Laura Lichty, our new Health Coach for our Wellness Program and Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method. Laura has her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutrition from Arizona State University and has previously worked as a...