Our Pediatric Physical & Occupational Therapy program focuses on fun child-centered rehabilitation & rehabilitation for infants, children, teens, and young adults, birth to 21 years.
We provide an individualized, client-centered, comprehensive evaluation of the physical, functional, visual, cognitive –perceptual and Activities of Daily Living strength and deficits.
A comprehensive individualized treatment plan is established to regain, restore and retrain all necessary skills for maximum function on a daily basis. We help the young patient build a strong foundation and reach their highest potential during the growth process.
Conditions treated by Pediatric Physical & Occupational Therapy:
- Infant Torticollis and Plagiocephaly
- Developmental coordination disorder
- Muscle weakness
- Balance disorders
- Post-Surgical rehabilitation
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Sports Injuries
- Pediatric Trauma
- Cerebral Palsy
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Neuromuscular disorders
- Juvenile Arthritis
- Amputation rehabilitation
- Childhood Obesity
- Fine motor /gross motor coordination training.
- Weakness could result in the child having difficulty with eating, fastening buttons, using scissors, turning book pages, use of computer and poor handwriting skills.
- Hand Therapy for traumatic, non-traumatic, post-surgical repairs (tendons, etc), nerve injuries/impairment and burns.
- Customized static and dynamic splint fabrication and fitting.
- Adaptive equipment and ADL retraining.
- Neurological rehabilitation with NDT based principles for various conditions including CVA, TBI and post–concussion.
Your Pediatric Treatment Plan may include:
- Manual techniques
- Modalities (electrical stimulation, heat, cold)
- Therapeutic exercises
- Strengthening (core and extremity)
- Flexibility (static and dynamic)
- Posture training
- Balance and Coordination Activities
- Cardiovascular Endurance training
- Return to Sport Activities
- Gait (walking) training
- Transfer training
- Posture training
- Functional Activities
- Agility training
- Joint Protection Activities
- Computer and Videogame Balance training
- Home Exercise Program
- Family and Caregiver Education
- Visual-perceptual training or retraining.
- Guided motor Imaginary
- Multi –sensory stimulation.
- Customized splints fabrication and fitting.