MedCentral Pediatric Therapy serves children with special needs in the playful atmosphere of our state-of-the-art clinic.
Your child will benefit from the customized treatment plan designed by our highly trained and creative staff. Throughout your visits we will keep you informed and help you participate in your child's therapy.
We will coordinate therapy with school-based services during the school year and continue treatment during summer vacation. We’ll also provide individualized home programs, if necessary, to foster continuous progress. Throughout your child's therapy, we’ll update his physician and other professionals as needed.
For your child, our work is play
Pediatric Therapy is designed to seem like play to children. We make it a fun, learning experience to help kids become effective and confident in their skills. Even as your child is having fun, her therapist is drawing upon extensive, specialized training to develop her capabilities through challenging therapeutic activities. Our goal is to make the most of each child’s abilities, as opposed to focusing on disabilities.
Our therapists have passed national examinations, are licensed by the State of Ohio and are certified by the American Heart Association in Pediatric and Adult CPR. Most importantly, they have chosen to specialize in pediatrics because they care about children and enjoy helping them. Located at 2011 W. Fourth St., Mansfield, OH 44906.
Children with the following diagnoses might need therapy:
- Attention deficit disorders
- Autism/pervasive developmental disorder
- Cerebral palsy
- Developmental delays
- Feeding and swallowing disorders
- Genetic disorders
- Hand injuries
- Head or spinal cord injuries
- Hearing impairment
- Juvenile arthritis
- Learning disabilities
- Mental retardation
- Orthopedic injuries
- Sensory integration dysfunction
- Spina bifida
- Verbal or motor apraxia
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We process claims for all insurance carriers, medical cards and and BCMH. Scholarships are also available. For more information, call 419-520-2386.
For appointments and questions, please call 419-520-2386.
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Last updated July 23, 2011