At Norton Children’s, we are dedicated to providing rehabilitation that truly meets the needs of your child and your family. Our pediatric rehabilitation specialists provide services that include physical, occupational and speech therapy to inpatients and outpatients, with licensed therapists who evaluate and treat infants through young adults for a wide range of diagnoses.

Upon request by your medical provider, a thorough evaluation of your child’s need for rehabilitation services will be provided. Each evaluation will include therapeutic and diagnostic procedures and tests. Our treatment plans are designed to take advantage of the most current technology, research and treatment techniques, including various play and other age-appropriate activities, in order to meet established goals and outcomes for your child.

To schedule an appointment, contact one of our locations:

Norton Children’s Hospital
231 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone (502) 629-7185
Fax (502) 629-7178

Marshall Family Pediatric Rehabilitation Center
Norton Medical Plaza 1 – St. Matthews, Suite 7F
3999 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
Phone (502) 559-1475
Fax (502) 559-1645

Diagnoses or conditions we commonly treat:

Types of rehabilitation therapy

Physical therapy

Services include evaluation and therapeutic activities for gross motor development regarding posture, balance, coordination, strength, mobility, positioning and alignment (seating). Whether the condition is due to an injury, developmental delay or medical condition, our pediatric-trained therapists improve your child’s functional outcomes and abilities using evidence-based techniques and state-of-the-art equipment. Therapeutic services include:

Occupational therapy

Services include evaluation and therapeutic activities for development of fine, sensory and visual motor skills. Our pediatric-trained therapists incorporate strategies to improve a child’s functional and social behaviors for home, school and community. Those activities include:

Speech therapy

Our pediatric speech language therapists provide evaluation and therapeutic activities that enhance development of feeding and communication skills. Formal standardized testing, interactive play, social interventions and other modalities allow therapists to determine the child’s functional level of communication and swallowing abilities.
Speech Therapy services include:

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