Pediatric rehabilitation program offers comprehensive multidisciplinary rehabilitation care for children. The goal is to minimize the effects of obstacles while maximizing the abilities of each child. This is achieved through effective rehabilitation of the highest quality provided in a family-centered environment. Depending on the nature of the disruption and the needs of the child, treatment occurs in a variety of settings and uses a variety of rehabilitation professional skills to promote the highest possible level of function. The pediatric rehabilitation team aims to help each individual achieve full functional independence in self-care, mobility, communication, cognition, and socialization. It is used to treat disorders such as vision, hearing, swallowing, speech in children. It is also applied in the treatment of genetic disorders and muscular diseases.
In which situations does pediatric rehabilitation apply?
Pediatric rehabilitation is helpful in treating conditions such as congenital muscle coordination in children or subsequent impairment, skeletal and muscle system imbalance.
With pediatric rehabilitation, problems with crawling, walking, hand conception can be treated in children. In addition, pediatric rehabilitation therapy is applied in the treatment of diseases such as cerebral palsy and spine bifida. In spinal cord injuries, muscular and skeletal discomfort, head injuries or trauma, walking and crawling disorders, pediatric rehabilitation is very successful.