Outpatient Therapy Services
At Southern Tennessee Regional, we offer a comprehensive physical therapy program for both adults and children of all ages. Our pediatric program includes physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Our skilled therapists evaluate and access each patient on their own individual ability to perform age appropriate activities. Once we have established a baseline assessment, our team designs an individual care plan with the family geared toward meeting and exceeding development goals. During this process, we constantly gaging and adjusting our treatment to make the largest impact possible with your child. If you have questions about your child's condition and our ability to treat it, please call (931) 766-3279.
Types of Outpatient Therapy
Pediatric Physical Therapy has always been a focus of our Outpatient Rehabilitation program. Physical therapy focuses on development in regards to motor skills, mobility, balance, coordination and strength and their ability to move and maintain mobility (crawling, walking, rolling over, running, standing, and sitting up).
Occupational Therapy addresses a person's fine motor skills, sensory processing, and strength and coordination in their upper extremities.
Fine Motor Skills : Brushing Teeth, Getting Dressed, Holding a Pencil
Sensory Processing: Autism, Difficulty Dealing with an Environment, Inability to Tolerate Change
Strength and Coordination : Difficulty Using Utensils, Decreased Hand Strength, Low Tone
Speech Therapy involves any medical condition involving eating, swallowing, and communicating. Our Speech Therapists are trained to facilitate and nurture age appropriate therapy for patients of all ages. We specialize in Augmentative Communication which is the use of technology to facilitate a patient's ability to communicate their wants and needs through an electronic device.
Common Diagnosis We Treat
- Down Syndrome
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Sensory Processing Disorders
- Prematurity / Early Intervention
- Infant Stimulation
- Club Foot
- Feeding and Oral Motor Delays
- Decreased or Increased Tone
- Cerebral Palsy
- Developmental Delays
- Genetic Disorders
- Neuro-Motor Dysfunction
- Hand Writing Problems
- Visual Motor and Visual Perceptual Delays
- Social Skills / Social Transitions
For more information about your child's needs or to schedule an appointment, please call (931) 766-3279
*Referrals are required for clinic treatment.