Sports Physical Therapy

Whether your child just joined Little League or is a star high school athlete, your job is the same — to challenge them and cheer them on. It also means making sure they stay safe and healthy when they play. And if an injury does occur, it means getting them the care they need to […]

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy isn’t just for injured athletes. It’s for children who are struggling with movement or mobility because of an illness, injury, or developmental delay. Pediatric physical therapy at Children’s is aimed at improving your child’s ability to function independently and be active in daily life. Our physical therapists work with you and your child […]

Chronic Pain Management

It’s never easy to watch your child in pain — and it can be especially difficult if they have chronic (long-lasting) pain. If your child has chronic pain, know that you are not alone. Many children and families are affected by it, and it can have a significant impact on their lifestyle and overall well […]

Helmet Clinic

The Helmet Clinic at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center specializes in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating children with head deformities. The only clinic of its kind in the region, we have been diagnosing and correcting head-shaped deformities that occur due to deformational plagiocephaly or torticollis for the past 20 years. Conditions We Diagnose & Treat Our […]

Occupational Therapy

At Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, pediatric occupational therapy focuses on improving your child’s ability to perform everyday tasks — such as getting dressed, eating unassisted, reaching and grasping toys, handwriting, or developing social skills. Occupational therapists at Children’s work with children from birth through 21 years of age. What Sets Children’s Apart? Our occupational therapists […]

Sports Injuries: Concussions

Concussions are traumatic brain injuries that occur when a blow or jolt to the head or body causes the brain to bounce off of the bony surface of the skull. These are serious injuries that can affect how the brain functions. Many concussions heal on their own with plenty of rest and limited physical activity. […]

How To Support Your Child At School When They Have Diabetes

Back-to-school season can be all about buying new school supplies, meeting new teachers and making new friends. But when your child has diabetes, returning to school raises concerns about keeping them healthy. The good news is there are ways to stay prepared, keep everyone informed, and make sure your child stays safe and healthy throughout […]

Performing Arts Program

The Performing Artist Program at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center is a team of specialists dedicated to treating youth, adolescent, and young adult performing artists of all levels and abilities. Specific performing arts we specialize in include: Performing artists devote significant time and effort to their practice and injuries can set them back both physically […]

Mental Health Series: Anxiety

In this episode—the third in our series on mental health in children & teens—our topic is anxiety. What triggers it in kids? What are the signs? And what can parents do to help a child struggling with anxiety? Children’s behavioral health experts are here to offer their guidance and perspective. Topic Breakdown 1:19 – What […]

Children’s Survivorship Clinic

Thanks to the advancements in cancer treatment, more and more children that are diagnosed with cancer are surviving into adulthood. Battling cancer is a serious hardship on its own, but recovery can come with its own challenges. After surviving cancer, health problems (late effects) can develop years after your child has completed treatment. Your child’s […]

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