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Early therapy helps stimulate normal development, healthy self-concept, cognitive process and emotional maturation. Treatment helps promote independence in self-care, mobility, social adjustment, gross/fine motor skills and communication.
Occupational therapists base their treatment on purposeful activities of daily living. Physical therapists specialize in therapeutic exercise and mobility. Speech-language pathologists specialize in treatment of language, speech, cognition-linguistic functioning, and swallowing deficits. Working as a team, these rehabilitation professionals aim to maximize each child's potential. Our therapists hold bachelor's or master's degrees from accredited university programs and complete additional training courses in specialty areas each year.
Our program consists of evaluations, treatment and consultation, all coordinated within the multidisciplinary setting at North Mississippi Medical Center.
Helping children reach their potentials for development, strength, communication and movement through rehabilitation.
Referral is indicated for infants and children with problems and diagnoses such as:
Our staff works closely with the patient, parents, teachers and physicians to provide appropriate therapeutic intervention, equipment and a barrier-free environment for the child.
Our group of professionals keep physicians up-to-date throughout the course of treatment through phone calls, evaluation reports and progress notes regarding their patients.
For additional information about this program or related rehabilitation services, call (662) 377-7215 or 1-800-THE-DESK (1-800-843-3375).