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Our Children's House at Baylor offers specialized pediatric services through our licensed inpatient pediatric hospital and numerous outpatient locations throughout the Metroplex. Choose a service below to find out more about our pediatric services.
A brain or spinal injury can be caused by a traffic or playground accident, sports injury or infection. We can help restore as much function as possible while helping your child recover toward a fulfilling life.
Our Child Life Staff consists of Certified Child Life Specialists trained to help children and families cope with being in the hospital.
Services for children living at home who still need intensive, concentrated therapy. This program is basically a way to bridge inpatient care with traditional (less intensive) outpatient care
For children who have difficulty eating solid foods or swallowing. The Feeding Program at Our Children's House at Baylor specializes in teaching children to eat and drink as independently as possible.
Occupational therapists help kids develop the skills necessary to play, participate in school activities and complete self-care tasks.
The goal of the Pediatric Headache Center is to provide diagnosis and treatment that will help children who experience severe headaches regain a better quality of life.
At Our Children’s House (OCH) at Baylor, we provide comprehensive outpatient therapy services and assessment and treatment by pediatric physiatrists on the medical staff at OCH at Baylor for children with special needs.
Physical therapists help kids develop the skills necessary to walk or move efficiently, improve posture, climb, roll, sit or perform ball play with peers.
Designed for children who need short-term tracheotomy/ventilator assistance and those with long-term tracheotomy/ventilator dependencies who will return home.
After an accident or life-changing diagnosis, our highly trained pediatric specialists use aggressive therapies to help restore as much function as possible.
A speech-language pathologist (SLP) is a trained professional who evaluates and treats children who have difficulty with speech, language, oral motor, feeding and other disorders.
Our hospital-based sleep study laboratory is dedicated to overnight testing for pediatric patients from birth to age 18.
Torticollis is a condition in which a child has tightness or shortness of the muscle on one side of the neck.
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