Pediatric Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Our multidisciplinary rehabilitation team specializes in providing physical and occupational therapy for children birth to 21 years old with a wide range of conditions.
We work closely with families and medical experts to develop therapy plans that meet each child’s unique needs and goals. During sessions, our experienced therapists use age-appropriate techniques, including toys and games, to keep kids feeling comfortable, engaged and motivated.
Our goal is to help children discover new abilities and return to the activities they enjoy.
Medically complex patient care
Pediatric cancer rehabilitation
Pediatric wheelchair evaluation
Conditions We Treat
Changes in posture
Numbness in feet or hands
Scar tissue restriction
Weakness and fatigue
Taking the Weight Off Hypertension
It’s not unusual that 11-year-old Douglas Matthews was undergoing physical therapy at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center—after all, his hip and knee pain was so severe he avoided going outside and walking anywhere.
Kids Have Strokes, Too
For no apparent reason, Zander Maclane suddenly started experiencing several episodes of dizziness and fatigue. The Stevensville, MD six-year-old was often hungry and thirsty, as well, says his mother, Amanda Maclane.
PT for POTS
Catherine Lilly’s symptoms at age 7—dizziness, headaches, stomach aches, loss of appetite and occasional vomiting—all resolved and reappeared days later with no clinical explanation.
Appointments and Questions
Fax referrals to 443-287-9729