Pediatric Physical Therapy assists in early detection and diagnosis, treatment, and management of a variety of injuries, disorders and diseases that affect the muscles, bones and joints.of infants, children, and adolescents. Treatment focus on improving gross and fine motor skills, balance and coordination, strength and endurance.
Pediatric Occupational Therapists help children develop the skills necessary to transition into adulthood to lead an independent and rewarding life. They provide intervention in the following areas: Fine Motor/Handwriting Skills, Play and Socialization, Sensory Integration, Oral Motor Functioning, Self-Help, Hygiene, as well as cognitive and sensory processing and integration..
Pediatric Speech Therapists help children to become successful communicators and independent language learners. Developing communication skills is one of the most important elements to socializing and creating valuable relationships. For the child faced with speech impairments, it is necessary to provide strategies and resources that will assist with daily communication with the child’s parents, siblings, teachers and fiends.
Our Registered Dietitian offers comprehensive nutrition services for typically developing children and specializes in children with special health care needs. The Dietitian, while working closely with our multi disciplinary team, provides medical nutrition therapy through assessments, education, and consultations. Our expert professional dietitian's primary goal is to provide and assist the children and families with a nutrition care plan and the educational guidance for implementing strategies to enhance the health of a child during each unique stage of development.