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If your child needs occupational or physical therapy, you can be assured that you will receive the most innovative care at Cincinnati Children’s. Our Division of Occupational and Physical Therapy is also one of the largest in the nation.
Our focus on personalized care makes us unique; our goal is to make each child’s experience in occupational and physical therapy meaningful and productive.
We use the latest research, techniques and technology in occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy (PT) when setting a course of treatment for your child.
Therapy for children and adolescents can increase independence, mobility and social adjustment. For very young children, early therapeutic intervention helps stimulate normal development, reinforces a healthy self-concept and promotes emotional maturation.
If your child develops an acute medical condition, quick access to medical services and therapy will potentially speed up recovery. Beginning therapy promptly helps young people make a quicker and safer return to normal activities and sports.
Our therapists encourage you and your child’s primary caregivers to attend therapy sessions. We believe that teaching your family about what your child needs is as important as the therapy itself.
The family plays a crucial role in the child’s progress by following through with therapies at home. The exchange of information between our therapists and your family allows us to better know your child and builds trust and partnership between your family and the therapist.
All of our occupational therapists and physical therapists hold bachelor’s or advanced degrees, are licensed and have specialized training in pediatrics programs. Our skilled professionals have studied human growth and development with specific emphasis on the social, emotional and physiological effects of illness and injury.
Our team members attend training courses each year to advance their knowledge of pediatric OT and PT. They investigate the latest research in these specialties and are committed to refining the state of the art in PT and OT to provide world-class care for your child.
Occupational therapy and physical therapy services are offered at the Cincinnati Children’s main campus and several neighborhood locations. For general information on locations, call 513-636-4651. Use the following links to find more information on specific locations:
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center – Burnet Campus3430 Burnet Building at the Main Campus3430 Burnet Ave., Level 4Cincinnati, OH 45229Download driving and parking directions to 3430 Burnet Ave.
Cincinnati Children’s AndersonIn the Mercy Center for Health and Wellness7495 State RoadCincinnati, OH 45255
Cincinnati Children’s Drake151 W. Galbraith RoadCincinnati, OH 45216
Cincinnati Children’s EastgateIn the Mercy Medical Building796 Cincinnati-Batavia PikeCincinnati, OH 45245
Cincinnati Children’s FairfieldIn the Mercy Center for Health and Wellness3050 Mack RoadFairfield, OH 45014
Cincinnati Children’s HarrisonIn the Mercy Franciscan Health Center10450 New Haven RoadHarrison, OH 45030
Cincinnati Children’s Mason Campus9560 Children’s DriveMason, OH 45040
Children’s Outpatient Northern Kentucky2765 Chapel PlaceCrestview Hills, KY 41017
Cincinnati Children’s Oak Campus − Sports Medicine2800 Winslow Ave., Suite 3100Cincinnati, OH 45206
Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus7777 Yankee RoadLiberty Township, OH 45044
Staff members in the Division of Occupational and Physical Therapy like to see patients smile.
Recreational therapists offer interventions for inpatients and outpatients in the pediatric rehabilitation and psychiatric programs at Cincinnati Children's.
3333 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3026 | 1-513-636-4200 | 1-800-344-2462 | TTY:1-513-636-4900
New to Cincinnati Children’s or live outside of the Tristate area? 1-877-881-8479
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