Research shows that early interventions in physical training can provide long-term benefit for children with cancer. A pediatric oncology and physical therapy team came together to formalize a program for patients.
Tackling Torticollis: Consider Early Referral to Physical Therapy for Managing Congenital Muscular Torticollis
Pediatric physical therapists share insights about the importance of prompt and proper management of torticollis.
Adaptive Tricycles Can Help Patients Regain and Improve Function
The therapy team at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Outpatient Therapy Services relies on an extensive toolbox to help patients increase function, including adaptive tricycles. A new program is designed to get more tricycles into the hands – and feet – of patients.
Telemedicine for Pediatric Rehab: Success Is Possible in Inpatient and Outpatient Settings
The pandemic has shifted a good bit of rehabilitation care at Cleveland Clinic Children’s online. The results have been smoother than expected. A lead physiatrist shares tips and learnings.
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Comprehensive Care for a Broad Spectrum of Physical Disabilities
From neurological conditions and muscle disease to sports injuries, physiatrists in Pediatric Medicine & Rehabilitation provide highly specialized care for patients.