Weatherford Democrat


September 29, 2013

Pediatric Rehab


Physical therapists work with children to improve balance, coordination, motor function, strength and flexibility. Speech therapists work with children who have stuttering issues, problems with feeding and swallowing and others.

Don Wade of Willow Park brings his granddaughters to the facility twice a week for occupational and speech therapy issues. Wade said the girls, ages five and six, look forward to coming to the facility.

“There’s been a big change in both of them since they began coming here,” Wade said. “The therapists give feedback as to what is being accomplished which is real nice to see.”

Pediatric Rehab is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Fridays by appointment. For more information, call 817-341-7611.

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