- Activities of daily living training
- Augmentative communication evaluations and training
- Community mobility
- Gait training
- Gross motor evaluation and treatment
- Home programs
- Fine motor evaluation and treatment
- Inpatient rehabilitation services
Aquatic Therapy (CMH only)
Aquatic therapy can be used to treat a variety of diagnoses from cerebral palsy to sports injuries. Benefits include decreased pain and stiffness, improved relaxation and freedom of movement in preparation for land-based activities.
Developmental therapy helps children overcome neurological damage, developmental delays, genetic disorders, and those who are environmentally deprived.
Our therapists provide a variety of splints and orthotics to assist in maintaining appropriate joint alignment during ambulation. Our certified orthotist also offers measurement and fitting of a variety of different orthoses.
Our therapists may use casting to assist with control of increased muscle tone or improving a child's range of motion. Casting may also be used for creating an orthotic device.
Seating and Adaptive Equipment
Our skilled therapists are able to provide evaluations, education, and fitting services for adaptive equipment and seating.
Our therapists help children recover from burn injuries through exercise, positioning, splinting, casting, ambulation, and fitting with pressure garments in order to maximize full use of the extremity.
Feeding and Oral Pharyngeal Motility (OPM) Studies
These studies help improve oral motor skills in children with feeding and swallowing issues. Common diagnoses include children with cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, and other genetic syndromes; premature infants, and children with brain injuries.
Sensory integrative therapy improves motor coordination, body awareness and eye/hand coordination. Some children have no other condition other than difficulty with sensory integration while sensory processing dysfunction can be found in children with some learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and head injuries.
Therapists use manual therapy techniques to apply techniques offering opportunity for positive change of anatomical structures. Positive change in structure results in positive change in function.
We provide services and guidance to children and adolescents with sports injuries or who have undergone orthopedic surgeries in order to improve and return to optimal functioning.
Commonly Treated Conditions
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING (LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER)