COVID-2019 Alert

The latest information about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, including vaccine clinics for children ages 5 years old and older.

La información más reciente sobre el nuevo Coronavirus de 2019, incluidas las clínicas de vacunación para niños de 5 años en adelante.

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Physical Therapy

Our Pediatric Physical Therapy Program is part of the Department of Rehabilitation Services. Pediatric physical therapists help your child return to his or her prior level of function or maximum rehabilitation potential.

We work closely with your child and family to create and implement a comprehensive physical therapy treatment plan. This plan will address your child’s unique needs and is created by experienced licensed physical therapists dedicated to your child’s rehabilitation and recovery. Our patients may also benefit from an evaluation in our Motion Analysis & Sports Performance Laboratory.

By performing a comprehensive (physical, emotional and social) assessment and evaluation of your child, our physical therapists can develop a diagnosis that will help to formulate a treatment outcome (prognosis). The physical therapist can then implement a treatment plan, provide consultation and determine if your child needs to be referred to another healthcare professional, as well as make recommendations for you and your child to help self-manage your child’s symptoms at home.

We work in partnership with your child, family and other health professionals to provide you with family-centered care. You are an important member of your child’s health care team, and we look forward to working with you.

Bouncing back stronger from a brain tumor

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After undergoing surgery and chemotherapy to fight a brain tumor, Aditi felt weak and had difficulty using much of her right side. Working with our rehabilitation teams, she and her mom kept fighting, and today she’s healthy and stronger than ever before.

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