Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation & Therapy

Pediatric Outpatient Rehab 

Our pediatric outpatient care facility provides high quality therapy services for children exhibiting developmental difficulties, concerns, or medical conditions interfering with particular functions or typical development.

Services include occupational, physical and speech therapies. Our facility continues to thrive and grow in both patient volume and professional staff of highly skilled and experienced therapists who specialized in the evaluation and treatment of children birth to 18 years of age.

Outpatient Rehab & Therapy

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A young boy doing rehabilitationWhat is pediatric therapy?

Pediatric therapy helps children from birth to age 18 improve their:

  • Cognitive functions: Allow us to think, learn, and remember information. This includes attention, perception, memory, language comprehension, reasoning, and problem-solving.
  • Physical functions: Various physiological and developmental processes that are important for a growing child. These include muscle developmental, organ function, immune system integrity, and sensory processing abilities.
  • Emotional needs: There are many different types of emotional needs that can be addressed in therapy, including the need for love, affection, support, acceptance, security, and connection with others.
  • Motor functions: Skills that deal with muscle activity that provide the body with movement commands.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps children improve their independence by developing activities of daily living skills such as eating, dressing, grooming and bathing. Occupational therapists can fabricate splints and assess the need for adaptive equipment.

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What are the benefits of pediatric therapy?

There are many benefits to pediatric therapy including increased socialization skills and enhanced self-esteem. Children with the following diagnoses can benefit from outpatient rehabilitation services:

  • Cardiovascular and respiratory disorders
  • Communication disorders
  • Developmental delays
  • Genetic conditions
  • Head injuries
  • Neuromuscular problems
  • Learning disabilities
  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Sensory integration dysfunction
  • Spinal cord injuries

Children who receive regular pediatric therapy often experience greater success in a variety of areas, such as school, athletics, and social interactions. Pediatric therapy can be an effective tool for helping children achieve their full potential and thrive.