Wellmont Health System – Pediatric Rehabilitation – Kingsport TN

Address: 1905 American Way
Kingsport, TN 37660
Phone: (423) 230-8200 Website: http://www.wellmont.org/Medical-Services/Rehabilitation/Pediatric-Rehabilitation.aspx

Pediatric rehabilitation services can change the lives of children struggling with rehabilitation or developmental needs. Wellmont Health System is committed to providing high-quality children's services, including pediatric rehabilitation for children in Kingsport, Bristol, Johnson City and the entire Tri-Cities region of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.

Wellmont physical therapists have advanced education and training in pediatric medicine. Their goal is to maximize functional independence in children from birth to 18 years of age. Families play important roles in this process, so Wellmont’s physical therapists also work with parents to determine specific therapy goals for each child.

Conditions Treated by Pediatric Rehabilitation Services
Pediatric rehabilitation can assist children facing a number of physical challenges. Many children can benefit from Wellmont’s pediatric rehabilitation services, including children who experience:

Abnormal walking patterns or joint mobility
Asymmetrical body use
Delays in motor development
Equipment needs, including wheelchairs or walkers
Excessive or involuntary movement
Genetic conditions such as Down syndrome
Learning disabilities
Neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy or traumatic brain or spinal cord injuries
Neuromuscular disorders such as muscular distrophy
Orthopedic conditions such as postural abnormalities, arthritis or amputations
Over- or under-sensitivity to touch, sound, sight, smell or movement
Torticollis, a congenital or acquired condition of limited neck motion
Unusually high or low activity levels
Wellmont’s pediatric rehabilitation therapists are committed to making sure every child receives the best and most appropriate treatment for their condition, helping them climb higher, walk taller and reach their full physical potential.

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