Therapy
At Comprehensive Therapy Children’s Center, we offer occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech & language therapy for children, from birth through adolescence, in an encouraging environment. Our therapist’s first step is to thoroughly evaluate your child. Then they will formulate a detailed treatment plan, which will include your input. Regardless of which therapy your child requires, their success will be assessed utilizing standardized testing tools.
With most pediatric therapies, fun and games are often incorporated to keep children engaged as well as interested. Your therapist will work with your child to find the activities that work best for them. In addition to the treatment plan, it is imperative to have the commitment and support of the family unit outside of the clinic so that newly learned skills are practiced and mastered at home.

Feedback
So proud of Levi!!!! Yesterday while practicing, I got him to push the K sound numberous times without the depressor and it sounded excellent! He seems to do better with the sound at the end of words rather than the beginning. He still wants to start with the T sound and then mixes the K in there but he is making progress and I am excited. Thank you for all your efforts.
- Jonathan (Parent)

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy
Pediatric occupational therapy is concerned with a child’s ability to participate in daily life activities or “occupations.” A “child’s occupation” includes play, school and self care tasks. We treat children with a variety of conditions including congenital disorders, neurological disorders, sensory processing difficulties, developmental disorders and neuromuscular problems. Services address feeding skills, sensory integration, motor development, environmental exploration, play skills, adaptive behavior, and interaction between child and caregiver. Our pediatric occupational therapists design interventions that promote healthy development, establish needed skills, and modify environments, all in support of participation in daily activities.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy
Pediatric physical therapy assists in early evaluation and treatment of a wide variety of problems resulting from injury, disease or congenital conditions in children. Our dedicated therapists are specialized in the evaluation, treatment, and management of infants, children, and adolescents with a variety of neurodevelopmental, neuromuscular, skeletal, or acquired disorders/diseases. Treatments focus on helping a child move up against gravity and then mobilize in their environment. The therapists work on improving gross motor skills, balance and coordination, motor planning and control, strength and endurance as well as sensory processing/integration. Our therapists also work closely with equipment vendors and orthotists to assure the child’s adaptive equipment needs are met. Children with developmental delays, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, and Torticollis are some of the many patients that have benefitted from pediatric physical therapy at our clinic.

Speech & Language Therapy

Speech & Language Therapy
Pediatric speech therapy identifies and treats a wide range of speech & language deficiencies as well as swallowing and feeding disorders. After the therapist evaluates your child a treatment plan will be designed. This plan will include a variety of fun physical exercises in addition to speech games and worksheets. The goal of that treatment plan is simple, although the effort we will put into improving your child’s deficiency is anything but that. Speech & language delays can be a fundamental obstacle hindering your child’s academic success. Language skills are crucial to be able to understand and communicate with others both inside and outside of the classroom. Communication skills are also important in developing peer relations not only throughout school, but in life as well. For all of these reasons, early intervention is important for children with speech and language deficiencies. At Comprehensive Therapy Children’s Center, our therapists work one on one with your child to treat the speech/language issues they are having.