What We Treat

The members of our physiatry practice use their specialized training and expertise to provide rehabilitative care for children with conditions such as:

    • Back pain
    • Brachial plexus injury
    • Brain injury
    • Cerebral palsy
    • Concussion
    • Congenital or acquired amputation
    • Congenital or acquired heart conditions
    • Congenital disabilities
    • Gait problems
    • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
    • Muscular dystrophy (MD)
    • Neuromuscular disease
    • Osteoporosis
    • Spasticity problems
    • Spina bifida
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Stroke
    • Tendonitis
    • Torticollis

Services We Offer

Our rehabilitation staff is specially trained to provide a full range of physiatry services for children, including:

  • Bone-strengthening interventions (bisphosphonate medication management)
  • Botulinum toxin injections (spasticity management)
  • Inpatient and outpatient consultation and management
  • Intrathecal baclofen pump therapy and management (spasticity management)
  • Phenol or alcohol nerve blocks (spasticity management)
  • Prescriptions for outpatient therapy services and specialized cardiac rehab

We also provide prescriptions for medical equipment—such as wheelchairs, orthotics, prosthetics and communication devices—to help your child gain greater independence. Physiatry staff work with Adaptive Sports Program professionals to help your child find sports he can enjoy and play safely.

Physiatrists see patients within their practice group and as part of Children’s rehabilitation programs. They also participate in multidisciplinary clinics and programs, including:

Our Unique Approach

We have four board-certified pediatric physiatrists on staff. Some physicians have an additional certification in brain injury medicine. Their expertise and training help children, adolescents and teens with injuries and disorders reach optimal outcomes. We take a family-centered, team approach to care for acute and chronic conditions. We actively include the family in the treatment process because we believe that patients recover more fully with parental involvement.