Pediatric therapists help infants, children and families reach maximum function while at home, school and in the community. A variety of therapy options are available to ensure your child receives exactly the care they need.
Physical therapy examines a child’s gross motor skills to evaluate their balance, mobility, motion, posture, strength and transitions.
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Occupational therapy examines a child’s attention, coordination, feeding, fine motor skills, school and learning skills, self-cares and sensory processing.
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Speech therapy examines a child’s listening and speaking communication skills including fluency, language, social skills and speech sound errors. Speech therapy can also address pediatric swallowing and voice issues.
Speech therapy includes treatment and services in the following areas:
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Free screenings are available to determine if your child is on track to meet developmental milestones. No referral is needed.
Call 507-375-8682 to schedule an appointment or visit our Rehabilitation Therapies page to see additional therapy services available.