Norton Children’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Locations

At Norton Children’s, our skilled physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, therapists and staff use their special training to help children get back to being a kid after an illness or injury.

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

UofL Physicians – Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
220 Abraham Flexner Way, Suite 1200
Louisville, KY 40202

Physical Medicine & Rehab 629-KIDS

Norton Children’s Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, affiliated with UofL School of Medicine

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Families having to face financial, emotional and other stresses — combined with long periods of time isolated at home with a lack of structure during the COVID-19 pandemic — can lead to potentially dangerous situations […]

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Norton Children’s Medical Associates offices are still open

The 24 offices of Norton Children’s Medical Associates, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, are keeping their normal hours for patients who need to see a pediatrician and meet either of the following criteria: […]

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Su preocupa que mi hijo pueda tener coronavirus/COVID-19. ¿Qué debo hacer?

Aunque los casos de coronavirus/COVID-19 han sido confirmados principalmente en adultos, los niños aún son susceptibles al virus. Norton Children’s Hospital recibe muchas llamadas de padres y cuidadores preocupados. Si le preocupa que su hijo […]

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Kentucky child abuse rate highest in U.S. for 2nd year

For the second year in a row, Kentucky had the highest child abuse rate in the country — and it’s not even close. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Children’s Bureau “Child Maltreatment […]

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COVID-19: Implications for children and adults with congenital heart disease

We do not currently have a lot of information about COVID-19 infection in children and adults with congenital heart disease and outcomes. However, based on what is known, we think some patients may be at […]

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