Pediatric rehabilitation is a specialized service for children of all ages who are dealing with injuries, chronic disorders and developmental delays. Occupational, speech and physical therapists work with families and schools to maximize functional independence and reach developmental milestones.
From improvements in social interaction and school outcomes to developmental performance and sports recovery, the benefits of rehabilitation for children can be enormous.
Young adults up to age 21 can benefit from the experience and compassionate care provided in our pediatric rehabilitation program.
Conditions treated include:
- Cerebral palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Handwriting difficulties
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Sensory integration disorders
- Speech and motor delays
- Spina bifida
Benefits of pediatric therapy:
- Improved social interaction
- Improved school performance
- Improved developmental performance
- Sports recovery/rehabilitation
Pediatric occupational therapy helps children with the development of their motor skills and independence.
Toddlers to young adults receive physical therapy targeted to their young bodies for neurological, genetic and orthopedic conditions.
Children who are born with or develop problems speaking, eating or swallowing can receive help in our speech therapy program.
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