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Arkansas Pediatric Therapy – Van Buren ARKANSAS
Arkansas Pediatric Therapy provides physical, occupational and speech therapy to the pediatric client, 0-21 years of age. Our therapists are trained in the treatment of the following conditions:
Cerebral Palsy and other neurological disorders
Down Syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities
Spinal Cord Injuries/Disorders
Physical Therapy Specialized Treatment Methods
Therapeutic Spasticity Management
Treadmill Galt Training
Our PT’s specialize in casting for custom made orthotics, evaluating for and acquiring adaptive equipment and fabricating TOT collars for the treatment of Torticollis.
Pediatric Occupational Therapists are trained to assist children to perform the functional tasks that normally occupy their lives. The occupation of childhood is to develop the skills necessary to become functional and independent adults.
Occupational Therapy Specialized Treatment Methods
Wilbarger Protocol for Sensory Integration
Handwriting Without Tears
Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists are trained to evaluate and promote the development of communication skills, oral-motor skills and feeding skills.
Speech Therapy Specialized Treatment Methods
Beckman Oral Motor Program
Picture Exchange Communication System
Alternative & Augmentative Communication
Pre-Literacy & Literacy Programs
Phonological Awareness Treatment
Articulation & Phonology Treatment
Do you know a child who is having problems paying attention in school or at home? Consider a simple computer assessment with the Interactive Metronome® (IM). This free timing assessment is available through Arkansas Pediatric Therapy Services in Van Buren, AR. Interactive Metronome® is a computer-based therapy that improves motor planning, timing and sequencing, all of which are considered fundamental capacities for learning and performance. The one-minute assessment uses headphones, hand and foot sensors to determine how closely a participant responds to computer-generated musical beats. An IM training program may be beneficial to children who score outside of the normal range.