Ariel Zamir OTR/L
Ariel Zamir is a dedicated and compassionate occupational therapist with extensive experience in providing quality care to patients. With a strong commitment to improving the lives of others, Ariel has excelled in her field, receiving numerous awards and certifications throughout her career.
As an Occupational Therapist at Northshore University Home Services, Ariel has consistently gone above and beyond in patient care, earning him 25 service awards. His exceptional dedication and loyalty were recognized with the Loyalty Leader Award for her outstanding performance during a Joint Commission visit.
Ariel holds multiple certifications and licenses, including being NBCOT credentialed since 2011 (NBCOT #280967) and licensed in Illinois since 2011 (license #056-009-276). He is also LSVT BIG certified, demonstrating her expertise in treating individuals with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological conditions.
With a diverse range of work experiences, Ariel has honed his skills in various settings. As a Home Health Occupational Therapist, he has worked with patients dealing with trauma, strokes, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, joint replacements, and cardiac conditions. He has been instrumental in evaluating patients’ abilities, setting rehabilitation goals, recommending environmental modifications, and creating home exercise programs.
Ariel has demonstrated exceptional clinical skills and a commitment to ongoing education. He has provided training, presentations, and consultations to colleagues, clients, and their families, emphasizing the importance of occupational therapy and promoting health, safety, and independence.
Ariel Zamir’s educational background includes a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Wingate Institute.
With his expertise, dedication, and compassionate approach, Ariel Zamir has positively impacted the lives of numerous individuals and continues to make a difference in the field of occupational therapy.