Boost Their Abilities and Accomplishments

We help children play, learn and function in developmentally appropriate ways to reach developmental milestones and learn skills that improve their daily lives.

Child with physical therapist and blocks on the floor.

We offer a full range of pediatric therapy services including physical, occupational, speech and audiological.

Woman’s is committed to helping your child reach their highest potential. Some of the diagnoses we treat include:

  • Torticollis
  • Brachial plexus
  • Orthopedic issues
  • Pelvic floor disorder  (incontinence, constipation, pain)
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Down syndrome
  • Autism
  • Pediatric cancer
  • Spina bifida
  • Sensory issues
  • Developmental delays
  • Coordination disorder
  • Handwriting difficulty
  • Toe-walking
  • Tongue tie
  • Congenital anomalies
  • Cleft palate
  • Feeding difficulties
  • Speech delay
  • Articulation disorders
  • Apraxia
  • Auditory processing disorder

Ask for a referral to Woman’s Center for Wellness physical therapists.

    Pediatric Physical Therapy addresses difficulties that may be caused by developmental delay, neurological function, low tone or other dysfunction. Does your child have difficulty with any of the following?

    • Rolling over
    • Sitting up
    • Crawling
    • Walking
    • Meeting developmental motor milestones

    Pediatric Occupational Therapy treats age-appropriate skill development. Does your child have difficulty with any of the following?

    • Infant feeding
    • Eating
    • Picking up or holding objects
    • Tolerating sensory input
    • Playing
    • Handwriting
    • Sensory motor skills (touch, smell, taste, movement, balance, sight and hearing)

    Our pediatric speech therapist provides comprehensive speech and language assessment and treatment of communication disorders. Does your child have difficulty with any of the following?

    • Communication
    • Comprehending speech
    • Following directions
    • Pronouncing sounds
    • Swallowing
    • Feeding

    In addition to performing hearing testing on more than 8,000 babies a year, our audiologists diagnose and treat hearing disorders, and provide counseling and rehabilitation for men, women and children with hearing loss.

    Registered dietitians trained in the use of nutrition to prevent and control disease counsel individuals and family members of infants, children and adolescents. 

    Aquatic Therapy is a skilled treatment method used by therapists to enhance a child's functional abilities. The therapist uses the properties of warm, buoyant water to enhance a child's therapy program and to provide a fun and natural environment.

    Geaux Strong

    Geaux Strong is a program for children ages 2-18 with decreased strength, endurance and motor skills. Our goal is to improve each participant’s ability to swim safely or move in a pool. The 8-session classes are held during the summer in the late afternoon.

    Geaux Strong, supported by a generous grant from ForeKids! Foundation, is a program whose primary goal is to build:

    • Independence
    • Strength
    • Coordination
    • Endurance
    • Breath Support

    Learn more about conditions and benefits of pediatric therapy

    Downloadable Publications and Blog Posts

    Baby’s Building Blocks [pdf]

    Steps in Child Development, Newborn to 12 months old

    Infant Feeding Therapy [pdf]

    Recognize problems during infant feedings that may indicate the need for support and guidance.

    Developmental Milestones 18m-3y [pdf]

    Pediatric Developmental Milestones for 18 months - 5 years old

    Developmental Milestones 3y-5y [pdf]

    Pediatric Developmental Milestones for 3 years old - 5 years old

    Tummy Time [pdf]

    Back To Sleep, Tummy To Play for infants newborn - 9 months old

    Childrens Nutrition [pdf]

    Think smart about your child's nutrition choices, find tips for budgeting, healthy eating environments, snacking, and habits.

    Pediatric Occupational Therapy

    Ensure Your Kiddo is Ready for Kindergarten

    Pediatric Physical Therapy

    W Sitting: The Who, What, When and Why

    Pediatric Speech Therapy

    "What I’ve Learned from Observing" - Mom

    Advocating for Your Child

    Ultimately, you are the voice for your child. Ask questions, remain in touch with your child’s progress, and when you and your pediatrician decide therapy can make a difference, ask for Woman’s.

    Down's child drinking with therapist.