Pediatric Rehabilitation


Individualized Treatments and Specialized Services

The UPMC Rehabilitation Institute is committed to providing individualized and effective care for our patients. We offer a variety of services for children from birth to 21 years of age.  Individualized treatment plans are designed based on a child’s specific needs and goals.


Throughout the therapy process, our staff will work with parents/caregivers to educate them on ways to play with their child and promote healthy parent/caregiver-child relationships.  The center offers specialized pediatric services including: serial casting, concussion management, and feeding programs.


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Children who may benefit from physical and occupational therapy include, but are not limited to, those with:

  • Physical injury and/or disability
  • Neurological, sensory, or visual impairment
  • Developmental Delays
    • Including, but not limited to fine motor, gross motor, and sensory motor
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Difficulties with motor planning and coordination
  • Torticollis
  • Idiopathic and neurological toe walking
  • Feeding difficulties
  • Concussion
  • Sports injuries

Ready to Schedule an Appointment?

Our staff of physical and occupational therapists have extensive experience providing pediatric care in school-based, home health, and outpatient settings.  We are committed to providing our clients with the best care possible by keeping up-to-date on current research regarding pediatric rehabilitation practice.


For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact us at:
Phone: 814-472-3936
Fax: 814-886-5051


We make every effort to accommodate your schedule and will initiate treatment as early as possible to expedite the rehabilitation process.  Our facility is handicapped accessible, offers free parking, and provides a convenient drop-off area just steps from our front door.


It Takes a Team 

We will keep your doctor informed with updates on your child's progress.  We are committed to working with you and your physician to ensure that your child receives the best care possible.


Making the Process Smoother for You

A physician referral is most often required before any services can be provided.  A physician must specify the patient's diagnosis and type of services being requested.  Our staff will assist you in the pre-certification process for the delivery of services, but we cannot guarantee insurance approval.  We do participate with most private insurances.