Children's Therapy

Children's Therapy

Working closely with your family, your pediatrician, and other specialists, we create a comprehensive therapy plan to meet your child’s unique needs and goals.   

Through our partnership with Stanford Children’s Health, we’re pleased to offer a variety of therapies to help your child reach his or her full potential physically, cognitively and socially. All of our therapists have deep expertise in child development and have been specially trained to work exclusively with children.

Conditions We Treat With:

Physical Therapy

  • Poor gross motor skills and balance, incoordination of lower extremities
  • Atypical development
  • Torticollis
  • Weakness in trunk and/or lower extremities
  • Postural imbalances
  • Diminished balance/proprioceptive abilities
  • Abnormal gait, such as toeing in or out
  • Orthopedic injuries in athletes and non-athletes
  • Post concussion syndrome
  • Gross motor and lower body strength deficits due to neurologic injury
  • Determine need for orthotics or other medical equipment
  • Biofeedback for constipation, incontinence and chronic pain management
  • POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) and autonomic nerve dysfunction

Occupational Therapy

  • Poor sensory integration and sensory modulation/hypoactive labyrinthine
  • Poor fine motor skills and atypical development
  • Impaired visual motor/visual perceptual skills
  • Poor organization of self and materials; poor motor planning skills
  • Inadequate orientation in space
  • Stress reactions to new or unpredictable situations
  • Low self-esteem and poor peer relations
  • Distractibility/decreased attention span
  • Hyperactivity
  • Disorganized or disruptive behavior
  • Impaired independence with age appropriate ADLs (dressing, feeding, play, etc.)
  • Feeding aversion issues without diagnosis of dysphagia or swallowing difficulties

Speech Therapy

  • Medically delayed speech and language
  • Nippling/Feeding assessment, failure to thrive and dysphagia
  • Video swallow studies
  • Oral-motor dysfunctional delays/tongue thrust
  • Paradoxical vocal cord dysfunction
  • Apraxia of speech/dysarthria
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Voice disorders

How To Receive Services

Talk to your child’s primary doctor or current specialist about getting a referral.


Physical Rehabilitation Center, Pleasant Hill
3480 Buskirk Ave., Suite 150
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
PT & OT: (925) 947-3224
Speech: (925) 947-5388