Intensive Therapy Programs

Intensive therapy refers to a comprehensive and focused rehabilitation program designed to help individuals regain functional abilities, mobility, and independence after an injury, surgery, illness, or neurological condition.

This form of therapy involves concentrated sessions that are often more frequent and longer in duration than standard therapy sessions. Each intensive plan of care is tailored to the individual child and may include PT, OT, SLP and/or Feeding/Swallowing Therapy; most plans of care are 4 days/week, 3 hours/day (Mon-Thurs 9am-12pm).

Physical therapy aims to enhance strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination through tailored exercises, manual techniques, and specialized equipment. Occupational therapy focuses on improving everyday tasks and activities, such as self-care, work, and leisure activities, by teaching adaptive strategies and utilizing assistive devices. Speech-Language Pathology aims to improve functional and effective communication and Feeding/Swallowing Therapy focuses on improving safety and efficiency of swallowing, as well as improving food repertoires for adequate nutrition.

Intensive therapy programs are customized to the individual’s specific needs and goals, providing a structured and rigorous approach to maximize recovery and improve overall quality of life. The intensive and collaborative nature of our intensive program aims to optimize the patient’s progress and functional outcomes.

Treatment sessions may include any of the following:
– Locomotor training via Body Weight Supported Treadmill system with hands-on facilitation provided by two skilled providers
– Neurodevelopment Techniques (NDT)
– Reflex/Sensory Integration
– Manual Therapy (Passive Range of Motion, Soft tissue, Joint mobilization)
– Neuromuscular Re-education
– Therapeutic Exercise
– And more child/diagnosis specific interventions

For current availability, please call us at (512)-331-4115 or reach out to us via email at [email protected].

*SLP and Feeding/Swallowing Intensives are in the planning stages. We hope to have these programs ready in 2024!