Kid-Focused Orthopedic Rehabilitation Center

State-of-the-Art Facility for Physical and Occupational Therapy

Children Don’t Slow Down, And Neither Do We

Whether your child was injured playing the sport they love or was born with a medical condition—like muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, or hip dysplasia—making everyday tasks difficult, the appropriate orthopedic rehabilitation can help your child achieve a fully active and playful life.

At OIC, your child will receive orthopedic rehabilitation from dedicated specialists in pediatric orthopedic physical and occupational therapy. Our state-of-the-art pediatric orthopedic rehabilitation center offers specialty equipment enabling our therapists to provide individualized treatment plans to get your child back on the path to being active again.

OIC’s new pediatric orthopedic rehabilitation center includes a kids corner creating an environment that motivates the youngest patients (ages 0-4) to move, develop coordination and grow; new equipment that strengthen a child’s extremities using eccentrically controlled movement; and a new Alter G machine first designed for NASA that enables gravity-eliminated walking and running activities to return patients to running activities earlier in their rehabilitation. And so much more.

Optimal Rehabilitation Requires A Specialized Focus

At OIC, we specialize in physical therapy for babies, children, teens and hemophilia patients at every stage of growth. We focus on patients that have a range of conditions and and injuries, including:

  • Orthopedic injuries: fractures, sprains, strains, muscle and ligament tears, joint bleeds, etc.
  • Musculoskeletal and neurological conditions: torticollis, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, post-cancer rehab, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, dysplasia, radial aplasia, hypoplastic thumb, limb loss, clubfoot and more
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation and recovery
  • Health conditions that impact bone joints, mobility and function

OIC also specializes in specific conditions that may be affecting your child. These conditions include:

Toe Walking

Toe walking is a condition in which a child walks on the balls of their feet. To correct this they should see an orthopedic specialist.

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Flexible Flatfeet

Flexible flatfeet is a common condition in children where the arches of the foot are visible while sitting, but disappear upon standing. The arch reappears when a child stands on their toes or the toes are hyperextended. Most children grow out of this mild deformity by the age of 7.

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Our Orthopedic Rehabilitation Experts

It takes a team of specialists to ensure a child’s orthopedic rehabilitation results in the best possible outcome, giving them the opportunity to live a full, active life. Meet our team of experts:

 

Chris Caron

Chris Caron

Joanna De La Cruz DPT, OCS

Ruby Shin OT, CHT

Mirna Guzman PTA

Cindy Bailey PT, DPT

Sylvia Remias Rehabilitation Coordinator

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