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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Nurses help a child with physical and occupational therapyLicensed and certified therapists with specialized training in pediatrics work as a team with families and physicians to set rehabilitation goals for each child.

Our goal at the Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic within the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is to provide a family-centric environment for children of all ages who need outpatient physical and occupational therapy services, and to maximize their participation in family, community and recreational activities. The expert rehabilitation team will work collaboratively with you, your child and your pediatrician, along with other members of the Johns Hopkins medical community to provide customized rehabilitation plans to address a wide range of symptoms and diagnoses. Our therapists are experienced to address rehabilitation needs for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Difficulty returning to recreational/community activities
  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty completing functional activities or play
  • Challenges using hands
  • Weakness
  • Decreased endurance
  • Postural changes
  • Delayed development
  • Difficulty feeding/eating
  • Pain
  • Joint stiffness
  • Difficulty with walking
  • Numbness in feet or hands
  • Scar tissue restriction

Learn more about the variety of services and resources that are available to you and your child.

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