Building the Foundation
for Better Health

Pediatric Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy

Foundation Therapy Center offers
specialized Physical Therapy
and Occupational Therapy
treatment for Pediatric Patients

Foundation Therapy Center's child-centered program is staffed with therapists who specialize in the physical and occupational therapy needs of children. Pediatric therapists are trained in the evaluation and treatment of a full spectrum of developmental, neurological, and orthopedic problems in a gentle, play-oriented setting.

Our highly qualified and committed therapists offer specialized rehabilitative services to children of all ages, from infancy to adolescence, with varying abilities and conditions.

Our specialists utilize a variety of therapies to treat various conditions and work closely with parents and children to improve both fine and gross motor skills. Such therapies enable children to more effectively interact, play, and participate with their peers.

Pediatric Orthopedic Physical and/or Occupational Therapy is available for these medical conditions:

• ACL reconstruction
• Acromioplasty
• Brachial plexus injuries
• Capsular tightening for loose shoulder joints
• Early onset arthritis
• Joint/muscle/tendon inflammation
• Joint pain/stiffness
• Lateral release of the patella
• Low back pain
• Muscle or ligament tears
• Menisectomy
• Meniscus repair
• Orthopedic Injuries and Sports medicine including post-surgery
• Post fracture injury
• Post arthroscopic
• Rotator cuff repair
• Sciatica
• Scoliosis
• SLAP repair
• Sprain/Strains
• Tendonitis
• Torticollis
• Total joint replacement

Pediatric Neurological Therapy is available for these medical conditions:

• Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Cerebral Palsy and other neurological disorders
• Childhood Ataxia
• Developmental Disabilities
• Down Syndrome and other genetic disorders (i.e. Fragile X Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome)
• Traumatic Brain Injury

Pediatric Coordination, Fine Motor, and Visual Skills Therapy is available for these medical conditions:

• Fine/Visual motor delay directly affecting academic/home functioning
• Developmental Coordination Disorder