Pediatric Rehabilitation Services
St. Mary’s provides a full range of services tailored to the needs of children.
St. Mary’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Center is located just off GA Hwy 316 near the Athens Perimeter at The Exchange, 2470 Daniells Bridge Road, Athens. Rehabilitative services require a physician’s referral. For more information call 706.389.2950.
St. Mary’s offers an innovative outpatient rehabilitation program specifically geared to the needs of children. St. Mary’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Program is staffed by physical, occupational and speech-language therapists who have special credentials and experience in pediatric care. Therapy is often useful for children with developmental delays, orthopedic and neurological disorders, and birth defects, as well as for those recovering from injuries or surgery. Services are provided at St. Mary’s Outpatient Diagnostic, Rehab and Wellness Center at The Exchange, 2470 Daniells Bridge Road, just off GA Hwy 316 near the Athens Perimeter.
Whether recovering from a sports injury or living with cerebral palsy, St. Mary’s highly qualified and compassionate therapists have the skill and expertise to help your child feel better. Therapists at St. Mary’s specialize in pediatric disorders and offer unique services to personalize care to your child’s needs, including:
- Our region’s only licensed listening therapy program
- The area’s only therapeutic trapeze program through Canopy
- Athens only Sensory Integration Certified therapist
- Feeding clinic supervised by a pediatric dysphagia therapist
- Deaf and hard-of-hearing communication therapy with sign language experience
- Cranial-sacral, Myofascial release therapy
- Craniofacial and Cleft palate therapy
- AAC (alternative augmentative communication) ordering and programming
- Hand splinting and wheelchair fittings
- Orthoses ordering and training for patient’s and their families
- Torticollis treatments
- Autism spectrum and PDD treatment coordination and behavioral need support
- Expanded collaboration with a well established pediatric team to address and train in nearly every complication referred