Physical and occupational therapy
The Children's Wisconsin physical and occupational therapy care team focuses on helping kids who have been injured or who have a disability to function as independently as possible.
Make an appointment: (414) 607-5280
Pediatric physical therapy
Pediatric physical therapy helps kids and teens who have developmental or congenital conditions or who are recovering from trauma. We use age-appropriate treatment approaches to foster normal development and independent functioning. Our physical therapists are health professionals with extensive knowledge about how kids' bodies move and how to improve their movement.
Learn more about our physical therapy program.
Sports physical therapy
For youth through collegiate athletes, our sports physical therapy team is specially trained to meet the needs and demands of sports and return young athletes to competition. The goal of physical therapy is to gain or restore strength, improve balance and coordination, increase range of motion and promote independent functioning.
Learn more about our sports physical therapy program.
Pediatric occupational therapy
Pediatric occupational therapy helps kids who have a physical, psychological, sensory, perceptual, or cognitive disability perform activities that occupy their time, including daily activities such as dressing, writing, eating, and brushing their teeth. Our occupational therapists help children with special needs be as independent as possible. They also can help children who return to school after a serious injury or illness.
Learn more about our occupational therapy program.
Request an appointment
- To make your child's appointment, call Central Scheduling at (414) 607-5280
Teaching Sheets are written by Children's staff and include the most important information for families to know when caring for their child. Access the teaching sheets.