As a parent, at one point or another, you may have noticed something in your child that’s made you wonder if their development is normal and on-track. Does your newborn’s head tilt to one side? Is your baby’s crawling or walking delayed? Maybe your toddler doesn’t seem on track with his peers or your teen can’t seem to complete his homework on time.

Total Rehab is the largest pediatric therapy provider in the area. Our physical, occupational and speech therapists are specially trained in the care of children of all ages. They typically treat each child with an interdisciplinary approach to therapy, working as a team to create the best treatment plan possible.

We see children of all ages for a variety of issues including:

  • Developmental Delays
  • Speech-Language Delays
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Apraxia of Speech
  • Feeding Difficulties
  • Down Syndrome
  • Torticollis (wry neck)/ Plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome)
  • Post-Surgical
  • Fragile X Syndrome
  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Obesity
  • Head Injuries
  • Chromosomal Anomalies
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Sensory Issues

If you’re concerned about your child’s physical, cognitive or speech development, your first step is to talk to your pediatrician who will issue a prescription (or orders) for therapy. Next, our therapy team will determine the best course of action moving forward, such as how long they anticipate your child may need treatment and what you can do to help the process outside of your visits.


Pediatric physical therapists treat conditions related to genetic, neurological and orthopedic disorders in babies, toddlers, children and teens.

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Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Pediatric occupational therapy focuses on helping children develop the skills they need to grow into functional, independent adults. Physical impairment, injuries and a host of other issues can hamper a child’s ability to perform common tasks or progress normally through the stages of social or cognitive development.

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Pediatric speech therapy treats communication challenges, both expressive and receptive, that cause children to have difficulty with verbal communication. Speech therapy also treats oral-motor concerns, such as chewing and swallowing, as well as articulation, auditory processing and social skills.

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