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Child Birth Injuries is a company that offers information on Treatment and Rehabilitation.
United Cerebral Palsy Information Source offers this page on medication, therapy and surgery for Cerebral Palsy. "Researchers are constantly looking for an improved method of treating cerebral palsy, especially since many causes of the condition are unknown. Treatment can allow those affected by cerebral palsy to live in a more manageable way. Cerebral palsy treatment can include medication, different therapy types, and surgery. The earlier a child begins cerebral palsy treatment, the better off they are able to cope with the changes they will endure and the differences these changes are for those affected by cerebral palsy."
Memorial Hospital and Manor's Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services are provided to individuals of all age groups who demonstrate functional limitations that interfere with their ability to perform their normal activities of daily living. Pediatric patients with birth injuries or developmental delay in gross motor skills can benefit from rehabilitation.
The Rehab Department also offers preventative training to industry, schools and the general public in order to promote health and wellness within our community.
The Outpatient Rehab Department is located at Memorial Medical Center, 603 Wheat Avenue, in Bainbridge, Georgia. Patients with a physician order may schedule appointments by calling (229) 243-8124. Licensed Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, and Massage Therapists lead a team of Licensed Assistants in offering the following services:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech / Language Pathology
Memorial Hospital and Manor is located at 1500 E. Shotwell Street (U.S. Hwy. 84) in Bainbridge, Georgia.
Harrison Medical Center Pediatric Rehabilitation
offers Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology
Whether your child has developmental delays or difficulty interacting with others, or is slow to talk or walk, therapeutic intervention can help. Their team of pediatric therapists serves children from birth to eighteen years who have physical, language, or learning difficulties.
Their physical, occupational, and speech therapists have specialized training in the evaluation and treatment of conditions specific to children. They customize each treatment program to meed the needs of each child and family. Through collaboration with family members, caregivers, and schools, they will optimize your child's success. Contact the Harrison Medical Center at 2520 Cherry Avenue, Bremerton, WA 98310
, or call 866-844-WELL.
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