Speech, occupational, and physical therapy for our youngest patients
Outpatient therapy services are important for children with a number of developmental challenges. At San Ramon Regional Medical Center, we offer three types of outpatient pediatric therapy services for children. Our pediatric speech therapists, occupational
therapists and physical therapists are experienced working with children whose development is impacted by diagnoses including autism, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, cerebral palsy, brain injury, and more genetic disorders and syndromes. Many patients
receive more than one type of therapy.
Therapists provide an initial patient evaluation and prescribe an individualized therapy program. Each personalized plan is designed to maximize the children’s independence, success and quality of life. For continuity of care, the same therapist
follows the child throughout the therapy program. Therapists also work with the family and caregivers to ensure development continues at home.
Pediatric speech and language therapy
Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy Service is prescribed to improve articulation and phonological disorders and can help with the following conditions:
Expressive and receptive language disorders
Auditory processing and neurological disorders
Voice and oral motor deficits
Pediatric physical therapy services are prescribed to improve, motion, strength, endurance, positioning and motor coordination for the following diagnoses:
Pediatric occupational therapy services are prescribed to treat children with orthopedic impairments, developmental delays and neurological conditions. Services include:
(ADL) activity of daily living and functional skills training
Visual perceptual enrichment
Motor coordination development
Fine motor skills training
The Outpatient Therapy Center is located in the South Building at 7777 Norris Canyon Road in San Ramon.
For more information, call Therapy Services at (925) 275-8442.
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