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We strive to provide patients and families with valuable information about occupational therapy and physical therapy. We also offer support and educational resources for the OT / PT community. Resources include:
Registered nurses and schedulers will assist out-of-town families when two or more appointments are needed during your child’s visit.
Learn more about Clinical Concierge.
Hippotherapy is “treatment with the help of the horse." Occupational therapists and physical therapists use the movement of a horse to help children and adults. The term comes from the Greek word, “hippos,” which means horse.
How a horse can help with treatment:
Benefits of hippotherapy:
Children ages 2 and older may be eligible to participate
Individuals with the following diagnoses including, but not limited to:
Children with medical conditions may need to consult with their physician and therapist prior to participation. Precautions or contraindications to be considered include:
Services are provided to outpatients at Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship located at 1342 State Route 50, Milford, OH 45150. Contact Laura Benza, Program Director, at 513-831-7050 for information and scheduling.
To learn more about hippotherapy, please explore the following resources:
American Hippotherapy Association (AHA) Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH)Recent articles for use:
Learn more about the various specialized programs and services we offer in the Divisions of Occupational and Physical Therapy and Therapeutic Recreation.
Children from around the world are cared for at Cincinnati Children’s. Interpreters provide services to non-English speaking patients and their families at no cost.
Learn more about Interpreter Services.
The Perlman Center is a specialty center designed to address the complex therapy, developmental, assistive technology and care coordination needs of those with cerebral palsy.
Social workers are trained to assist with the psychological and social problems that can arise during a hospital stay or in caring for a special needs child.
Learn more about Social Services.
Our focus on personalized care makes us unique.
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