The CHI St. Joseph Health Pediatric Therapy team is made up of skilled occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech therapists. It’s our mission to improve the quality of life of our young patients and promote age-appropriate development for children with special needs and developmental delays.
Our pediatric therapists work as a team to make your child comfortable and help your child achieve his/her full potential. Our pediatric therapy facility includes two interactive pediatric gyms to provide our young patients with a fun and friendly environment that will motivate and engage your child.
Our physical therapy program helps children with movement disorders or injuries move more independently in their environment. Through play and integration of special equipment, our team promotes gross motor skills and development that include but are not limited to:
Occupational therapy involves the therapeutic use of play to increase independent function, enhance development and prevent disability. It may include the adjustment of tasks or a child’s environment to achieve maximum independence and enhance your child’s quality of life.
Through the use of play, our occupational therapists help children acquire developmental skills for the job of living. These include, but are not limited to:
Our team of speech-language pathologists will work with you and your child to develop an individualized plan of care specifically tailored to his/her needs. We’ll strive to provide your child with the skills he/she needs for successful communication by utilizing a fun and innovative approach. Our dedicated staff provides therapy in the areas of speech, language, fluency, voice, cognition, feeding and swallowing.
Our facility is equipped to offer pediatric modified barium swallow studies, assessments and treatments including VitalStim (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation) and Beckman Oral Motor techniques. We have certified and trained therapists for complex feeding and swallowing needs.
The first step is to talk with your child’s pediatrician about concerns you are having with his/her development. You will need a referral from your child’s primary care physician or specialty doctor, such as a pediatric surgeon, neurologist, neurosurgeon, or pediatric orthopedist.
Contact us today to learn more:
CHI St. Joseph Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
1600 Joseph Dr.
Bryan, TX 77802