Conditions We Treat
Children with special needs are special to us. Count on our team for the one-on-one attention and expert guidance your child needs to succeed while living with:
- Brachial plexus injury
- Cerebral palsy
- Chromosomal and genetic syndromes
- Communication delays
- Developmental delays
- Failure to thrive and feeding difficulties
- Fine motor and handwriting difficulties
- Learning disabilities
- Motor delays and poor posture
- Orthopedic injuries
- Sensory processing dysfunction
- Speech and language disorders
Your First Appointment
No two children are the same, so we’ll start by evaluating your child’s specific needs. With your input, we’ll set goals and develop a care plan to achieve them.
Wide Range of Services
Whatever services your child requires, there’s a good chance we can help.
Support for Speech, Language & Swallowing
- Assistive technology that makes everyday tasks easier
- Augmentative communication that offers extra support for children with speaking or language difficulties
- Beckman Oral Motor Protocol to strengthen the lips, jaw and tongue for better feeding and speech
- Pediatric VitalStim therapy, which uses gentle electrical stimulation to improve swallowing
Physical & Occupational Therapy
- Aquatic therapy in a warm-water pool
- Craniosacral techniques that use light touch to relax the central nervous system
- The Listening Program, which uses music to help children improve attention and focus
- Massery respiratory techniques for better breathing
- Myofascial release, a type of physical therapy for muscle pain
- Neurodevelopmental therapy, a hands-on treatment to improve motor skills
- Pelvic floor therapy for better bowel and bladder control
- Sensory integration therapy for children with autism
If your child needs an adaptive car seat, medical equipment or orthotics (wearable supportive devices), we’ll help you get the right supplies from local providers.
Where We Provide Care
Your child may receive therapy services at our outpatient clinic, a public school or AnMed Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Talk to Your Doctor
Ask your child’s primary care doctor for a referral to AnMed Therapy – Pediatrics. After we receive the referral, we’ll call you to schedule an evaluation.