Healthcare Services and Programs

  • To have my son work with a therapist trained to work with children
  • To know my daughter’s exercises and treatments are customized by her therapist and medical specialists' and by me
  • To see my son get the attention and personalized care that will improve the rest of his life

Physical, occupational and speech therapy play an important role for children in their achievement of age-appropriate physical, sensory-motor and cognitive development skills. Our pediatric program treats patients from birth through adolescence.

Physical and Occupational Therapy

  • Fun and interactive sessions that help assess and develop a child's ability to perform age-appropriate skills
  • Treatments focused on improving strength, endurance, range of motion, posture, balance and coordination, fine motor skills, visual perception and visual motor skills
  • Therapists  who help adjust home and classroom environments, recommend adaptive equipment and provide home activities

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Some of the common conditions treated by Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy are:
 Developmental delays
Decreased balance/coordination, endurance and strength
Prematurity
Autism/Autism spectrum disorders
Cerebral Palsy
Down Syndrome
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
Spina Bifida & spinal cord injuries
Torticollis
Sensory Integration Dysfunction
Traumatic brain injuries
Orthopedic, hand or sports injuries
Hypertonicity & hypotonicity
Amputations


Some of the common conditions treated by Pediatric Speech Therapy are:
 Autism/Autism spectrum disorders
Language delays and disorders
Articulation/speech delays & disorders, including apraxia
Stuttering and voice disorders
Social language skills

 

Locations - Pediatric Therapy