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The state of the art pediatric rehabilitation clinic at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center provides a therapeutic environment for children of all ages from birth to 21 years old, as they receive outpatient physical and occupational therapy.
Our rehabilitation team works closely with your pediatrician and other members of the Johns Hopkins medical community to provide customized rehabilitation plans to address a wide range of symptoms and diagnoses with the goal of children maximizing their participation in family, community, and recreational activities.
For additional information about our comprehensive children’s rehabilitation program, visit the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center website.
Common Conditions We Treat
- Challenges using hands
- Decreased endurance
- Delayed development
- Difficulty completing functional activities or play
- Difficulty feeding/eating
- Difficulty returning to recreational/community activities
- Difficulty walking
- Joint stiffness
- Numbness in feet or hands
- Postural changes
- Scar tissue restriction
- Pediatric cancer rehabilitation
- Pediatric hand therapy
- Pediatric orthopedics
- Pediatric spinal cord injury
- Pulmonary rehabilitation (cystic fibrosis)
International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute
When you child has a spinal cord injury, life changes forever. Recovery is possible, and there is potential to make progress even years after the injury. Children with chronic paralysis find new hope through activity-based restorative therapy at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Rather than compensating for the loss of function, this program aims to restore as much of the normal function as medically possible.
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