The Pediatric therapy staff facilitates a child’s ability to play, learn and interact in his/her environment. A program is designed to meet the specific therapy needs of each individual patient. Pediatric therapists have the skills to evaluate children with cognitive, speech or physical disabilities, sensory and motor delays, and specific learning disabilities. The pediatric staff can see children in our Celina office on an outpatient basis, in schools or in the child’s home. After an evaluation, the therapist organizes and implements programs that will help the child attain their optimal educational and functional potential based on the individual child’s abilities. Therapists assess and treat all areas of normal development, such as cognition, communication/language, social/emotional, fine motor, visual perceptual, self-help, sensory processing, functional mobility, and gross motor.  Services also include providing supports and education for patients and their families.

Children need to be able to play, learn and function in their own environment.
They are often faced with various issues that make playing, learning, and functioning difficult.


The pediatric therapy staff (including speech, occupational, and physical therapists) at the Community Sports and Therapy Center is trained to address the special needs associated with the following areas:

  • Swallowing Disorders

  • Feeding Issues

  • Sensory Processing Disorders

  • Fine and Gross Motor Delays

  • Neurological Disorders

  • Genetic Disorders


  • Fine and Gross Motor Delays

  • Neurological Disorders

  • Genetic Disorders

  • Orthotic Needs

  • Muscle Weakness

  • Coordination Disorders

  • Gait Abnormalities

  • Motor Planning/Crossing Midline Difficulties


  • Visual Motor Difficulties

  • Torticollis