Integrative Pediatric Therapy was founded by Sally Fryer Dietz, PT, DPT, CST-D Cert, to help children achieve their full potential by identifying and filling-in gaps in the developmental process. Our therapists look at each child individually, designing treatment plans that match your child’s specific needs. Sensory integration techniques are integrated into every session to accelerate and enhance treatment goals and developmental progress.
Sensory Integration Therapy helps balance the body’s sensory input, enhancing your child’s developmental foundation, motor skills, coordination, cognitive ability, behavioral control and social skills.
Physical Therapy helps children improve motor development, strength, coordination, and overall physical function while enhancing learning skills, behavior, self-esteem, and quality of life.
Occupational Therapy helps children increase independence at home and in school, improve academic performance, enjoy the activities of everyday life, and promotes healthy self-esteem.
Our “state of the art” program utilizes cutting edge techniques based on the latest research and results to achieve a safe recovery and return to activity following concussion. Biodex, Dynavision, Interactive metronome, vestibular and visual rehab as well as cognitive strategies and CranioSacral therapy are combined for full spectrum treatment. Baseline testing and concussion prevention program also available.
Interactive Metronome Therapy “trains the brain” to plan, sequence, and process information more effectively. Research highlights improvement in executive functioning, reading, fluency of speech, processing speed, attention and impulse control.
Integrated Listening Systems therapy has a global effect on the brain and central nervous system, strengthening neurological pathways through the auditory and vestibular systems, improving the ability to learn, pay attention and process information..
Biodex is a balancing system that is able to assess, treat and enhance vestibular function through balance and visual feedback. It is used as an objective measure of balance in sensory motor therapy, concussion rehab and fall prevention.