The Humann brain

Neurotherapy Rehabilitation Program

Silver State Pediatrics is proud to announce our Battle Born Neurotherapy Program. The neurotherapy rehabilitation program offers dedicated inpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and language pathology, and respiratory therapy. The program is driven by our medical director and compassionate and skilled therapists with 20+ years of experience.

Our battle born neurotherapy program serves children and teens recovering from conditions and disorders that impair physical, mental, and cognitive functions. Our staff has experience with a variety of diagnosis including genetic disorders, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, cerebrovascular accidents, various orthopedic conditions and surgeries, infectious and autoimmune diseases, neuromuscular conditions, and other co-morbidities. Our neurotherapy rehabilitation program is founded on evidence-based therapy consisting of high-tech, low-tech, and hands-on approaches.

Our team of professionals focus on a child’s abilities by optimizing therapeutic opportunities. From the interactive artwork to the outdoor playground Silver State offers countless therapeutic experiences. The therapy team will develop individualized care plans based on multidisciplinary collaboration between the program specialists, the patient, and their families. Additionally, our therapists educate and collaborate directly with the care staff, the patients’ family, and the school teams to ensure continuity of care. Therapist will assist with the return to school and the transition to home processes.

Silver State Pediatrics also embraces the need for diversity and a multi-dimensional approach to therapy, and therefore, works in conjunction with our recreational therapy department and a variety of volunteers to provide an enhanced therapy experience. Other distinct programs include pet therapy, art and music therapy, aromatherapy, organized playtime, and social time.

Our Battle Born Neurotherapy Program includes, but not limited to:

  • Feeding assessments and training
  • Multi-sensory approach to therapy
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Cognitive Therapy
  • Augmentative communication system assessment/training
  • Communication books
  • Speech-generating devices
  • Visual Motor/Perceptual Training
  • Splinting/bracing and use of specialized therapy equipment
  • Neuromuscular re-education