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Children needing occupational therapy (OT), physical therapy (PT) or Therapeutic Recreation (TR) receive the most innovative care at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Our Divisions of
Occupational and Physical Therapy and Therapeutic Recreation are among the
largest in the nation, but our focus on personalized care makes us unique. Our
goal is to make each child’s experience meaningful and productive. We use the
latest research, techniques and technology when setting a course of treatment
for your child.
This two-day interactive course (5th Annual Pediatric Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy Conference: Managing Athletic Injury in the Young Athlete) on April 10 and 11 will feature a consortium of regional and national expert speakers in the fields of pediatric orthopaedic & sports medicine and rehabilitation. Learn more / register now.
As the largest division of its kind in the United
States, the Divisions of Occupational and Physical
Therapy and Therapeutic Recreation are global leaders in the areas of evidence-based practice,
knowledge translation and improvement science related to the most effective
interventions for children and adolescents. Our
staff has translated the research findings on dozens of therapy-related interventions
and published results to share worldwide on the Cincinnati Children’s and
guideline.gov websites so that professionals, children and families around the
world can benefit from our work. Treatment options range from aquatic therapy to wheelchair assessment, fitting and training.
Our team of PhD-prepared clinician researchers
conduct clinically relevant and innovative research on interventions that make
a difference in the lives of children and their families. Our growing research capability illustrates
our vision and commitment to finding interventions that are effective in the
rehabilitation and habilitation of children and adolescents.
Cincinnati Children’s is actively invested in the
training and education of future therapists. Our OT/PT and RT divisions
annually train and mentor over 80 undergraduate and graduate students from
nearly 40 universities across the country. Our student program is committed to
fostering professional competence and development of students at all levels of
education. Our residency programs include the first Occupational
Therapy residency program in the United States, which opened in 2012.
Within the Divisions of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy and Therapeutic Recreation, our staff has worked with patients recovering from strokes, brachial plexus surgery, brain injuries and more. And since we know families find comfort in knowing they are not alone, Cincinnati Children's launched a storytelling project that records people talking, in their own words, about how Cincinnati Children's has somehow touched their lives. While no two patients face the same medical journey the same way, their stories of inspiration and hope may resonate with you.
The Divisions of Occupational and Physical Therapy
and Therapeutic Recreation provide information about professional opportunities
to be part of Cincinnati Children's.
The OT / PT / TR Department is a national leader in our evidence based care work. A total of 32 care guidelines and recommendations have been authored and published to date. Search (O) for Occupational Therapy, (P) for Physical Therapy and (T) for Therapeutic Recreation.
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