Pediatric Therapy Services
For more than 20 years, Wheaton Franciscan – St. Joseph Campus has offered a dynamic, multi-disciplinary pediatric therapy program that consistently receives outstanding feedback from families whose children have been helped by our services. In addition to working directly with children, we work with their parents - providing problem solving skills and methods to optimize their child’s development.
St. Joseph Campus Pediatric Therapy from newborns through teens.
The St. Joseph Campus Pediatric Therapy program offers a broad scope of services for children from birth through adolescence.
In fact, we begin work with many of our young patients when they are in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and offer a continuum of services that grows as our children grow - from promoting basic motor, behavior and feedings skills in the NICU to developmental monitoring and treatment through ongoing therapy.
We evaluate and treat children with:
St. Joseph Pediatric Therapy Program services
- Developmental delays
- Cerebral palsy
- Neuromuscular diagnosis/disease
- Swallowing and feeding problems
- Orthopedic diagnoses such as brachial plexus injury, torticollis, clubfoot
- Genetic disorders such as cleft lip/palate, Down syndrome, spina bifida
- Speech/language delay/disorders, including voice and fluency problems
- Sensory processing problems
- Perceptual motor or visual–motor concerns
- Fine-gross motor coordination issues, characterized by:
- Poor handwriting
- Difficulty learning new skills
- Excessive toe walking
- Decreased strength or endurance
In our state-of-the-art facility, our experts offer:
Physical, occupational and speech-language therapies are provided by compassionate, dedicated pediatric professionals with advanced training and a passion for what they do. Most of our staff has more than 20 years of experience in their areas of expertise.
In addition, we provide:
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- Extended hours and creative scheduling to meet the needs of your family
- Convenient location with valet parking
- Acceptance of most insurance plans and Title 19
- Assistance in identifying alternate resources if needed
- Timely follow-up with physicians, schools, and community organizations
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please contact the Pediatric Therapy Program at (414) 447-3636.