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Therasuit Method Intensive Program – Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital – Florida
What is the Therasuit Method® Intensive Program?
Therasuit Method Intensive Program (sometimes called TMIP) is an intensive individualized therapy program that accelerates functional progress. The program uses the Therasuit® (a soft canvas suit with bungee-like cords attached) and the Universal Exercise Unit (“Spider Cage”) to allow the child to learn new & correct patterns of movement through strengthening and functional skills practice.
The Therasuit Program is ideal for those looking to meet functional goals at an accelerated rate as compared to traditional therapy. Program Overview Therasuit Method Intensive Program is currently offered at our Main Campus and Brandon locations. TheraSuit Method trained occupational therapists and physical therapists use this approach to develop an individualized treatment plan for each child. TMIP includes a three-hour session, five days a week, for three weeks.
Who is a Candidate?
Children 2 ½ years and older Children with neurological conditions including Cerebral Palsy, developmental delay, traumatic brain injury, stroke, muscle tone disorders, spinal cord injury, Spina Bifida, etc.
Children with sensory processing disorders Children with genetic disorders including Down Syndrome Children in need of post-op rehabilitation such as post tendon releases, botox, rhizotomy, etc.
How Do I Get Started?
Contact Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Main Campus, 727-767-4257 or Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care, Brandon, 813-436-5900 for an application.
Obtain a prescription for Intensive Occupational Therapy & Physical Therapy five times per week.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care
885 South Parsons Avenue
Brandon, FL 33511