Meet our Physical Therapists
Physical Therapists provide evaluation and treatment for musculoskeletal issues such as strength, muscle tone, muscle control, flexibility, joint motion, endurance and posture; orthopedic issues such as torticollis, plagiocephaly, and scoliosis; neuromuscular conditions such as Cerebral Palsy; gross motor developmental assessments; coordination and balance training; mobility including transfers, floor mobility and gait training; adaptive equipment assessment and training (walkers, standers, wheelchairs, gait trainers); lower extremity splinting consultation; infant feeding disorders.
Meet our Occupational Therapists
Occupational Therapists can evaluate and provide treatment for the following areas: Visual motor and visual perceptual skills; autism spectrum disorders; feeding disorders/deficits; sensory processing and sensory integration; fine motor developmental assessments; handwriting; activities of daily living; neonatal and infant development; adaptive equipment; upper extremity orthopedic problems; brachial plexus; and, upper extremity splinting.
Meet our Speech-Language Pathologists
Speech-Language Pathologists maximize opportunities to obtain natural speech and language from developmentally appropriate activities. They apply techniques that are highly integrated with occupational and physical therapists. A child’s speech or communication is the foundation for all peer and adult interaction. Speech is not only what a child says, but how they play and gesture, what language they understand and what information they can convey. Speech-Language Pathologists provide evaluation and treatment for articulation and phonological disorders; developmental speech delays; oral motor skills; swallowing and feeding deficits; fluency (stuttering disorders); expressive and receptive language disorders; Autism Spectrum disorders; auditory processing disorders.