At University Health System’s Reeves Rehabilitation Center, we recognize that each child has individual needs. Our therapists provide a customized approach based on the type of pediatric physical therapy or speech therapy that your child may need for a traumatic injury, a neurogenic disorder, a sports injury or a swallowing disorder. We treat a wide range of medical conditions that require ongoing rehabilitation to get them back to the highest level of functionality and physical strength.
Our Robert B. Green Campus, Historic Building, is the primary pediatric rehabilitation clinic for outpatient physical therapy treatments. Rehabilitation for children who need speech therapy takes place at our Medical Center Pavilion location.
Reeves Rehabilitation Center helps athletes recover from sports injuries. Our physical therapy sessions focus on building strength and endurance which helps to prevent reoccurring injuries. As part of our sports rehab program, therapists go out into the field with patients to ensure they’ve reached full recovery so they can continue to excel at the sport they love.
We offer serial casting, a specialized treatment for those patients who have medical conditions such as toe walking – it helps to stretch the muscles and bring the foot back into correct alignment. We have helped hundreds of families get their children on the road to recovery with consistent care and supportive therapy treatments [link to new treatment page] that get them moving in the right direction.
We also offer the TheraSuit® Method Intensive Program (TMIP) to qualifying pediatric patients to improve functions of balance, sitting and walking. This rehabilitation method has been shown to be highly effective for pediatric patients, particularly those with cerebral palsy or other types of neurological disorders. With a combination of advanced technology and highly-trained, pediatric physical therapists, we offer specialized care for your child - when you need it.
At Reeves Rehabilitation Center, we provide comprehensive treatment for many pediatric conditions, including: