Pediatric therapy services from Valley Health provide physical, occupational
and speech therapy services to treat children with autism, cerebral palsy,
sensory processing dysfunction, and much more. Our skilled therapists
can help your child work to reach his or her full potential, and give
each child and family the tools to improve their daily living skills.
Common Conditions Treated
- Brachial Plexus Injury
- Brain Injury
- Cerebral Palsy
- Developmental Coordination Disorder
- Developmental Delay
- Genetic Disorders
- Language Skills and Communication
- Oral-Motor and Feeding Difficulties
- Orthopedic Concerns/Pain
- Sensory Processing Dysfunction
- Spina Bifida
- Toe Walking
- Visual Impairments
- Physical Therapy (offered in Front Royal, Winchester and Woodstock). Physical
Therapy (PT) can benefit children who experience difficulties in motor
skills, decreased endurance, pain, decreased balance, and decreased strength.
Physical therapists may make recommendations on orthotics, mobility equipment,
and offer rehab following surgeries.
- Occupational Therapy (offered in Front Royal, Romney, Winchester and Woodstock).
Occupational Therapy (OT) can benefit children who experience difficulties
with occupations of play, self-care, social participation, and education.
OTs work to improve fine motor, visual motor, safety awareness, attention,
adaptive coping, and sensory processing abilities to improve performance.
- Speech Therapy (offered in all locations). Speech Therapy (SLP) can benefit
children who experience difficulties with speech fluency, oral motor skills,
articulation, feeding issues, and language skills. Speech therapists work
to improve language, swallowing, cognition, voice, and communication.
*We offer Aquatic Physical Therapy in Winchester and Animal Assisted Therapy
at both Winchester and Woodstock locations.*
How to Get Started
Talk to your child’s physician regarding your areas of concern, and
request a referral to Physical, Occupational, and/or Speech Therapy for
an initial evaluation. You may then call the office to schedule an evaluation.
The therapist will then evaluate your child and create an individualized
plan of care. Please call any of our locations for an appointment or additional