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Pediatric Rehab



Pediatric Rehab began here at High Point Regional Health in 1999, when we added physical and occupational therapy to our existing pediatric speech therapy program. The need in our community caused rapid program growth, which lead to the development of our new space.

We are proud of our “kid- and family-friendly space.” We offer a dedicated pediatric waiting room and treatment areas, all within the convenience of our Rehab Center. We have a doctor-friendly referral process and on-site parking, registration and scheduling for the ease of the parents. Ours is the only comprehensive pediatric rehab treatment program in the greater High Point area.

All members of our Pediatric Rehab team have specialty training in pediatric rehabilitation. Our team can treat patients from premature babies through the teen-age years. We are capable of treating acute injuries such as fractures or long-term needs such as birth defects, autism, developmental delays and congenital illnesses. Our team also offers state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment tools and provides the physician with monthly updates. We pride ourselves on working closely with our families and physicians to set and obtain goals that are best for our children.

The Pediatric Rehab Center is located at The Rehab Center, 600 North Elm Street, High Point.  For more information, call (336) 878-6915.

Community Outreach

At High Point Regional Health, we do more than provide therapy for kids with special health care needs. We reach out to our community with several other pediatric-related programs. For instance, we serve as an Amtryke demo site and provide free evaluations of children to determine if they will benefit from a modified tricycle, called a “tryke.”

Our Pediatric Rehab Program, is designed to provide the best treatment and service possible to kids with special needs within our community.