Therapy Services

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists treat children for a variety of reasons. Treatment may be indicated for developmental delays (mild to more severe) of unknown or known causes; for diagnoses associated with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Arthrogryposis, Autism, Developmental Coordination Disorder, as well as orthopedic and sports injuries.More

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists assist in the development of skills children need to perform the “job” of childhood. They focus on fine motor skills to improve activities of daily living such as dressing, playing, writing, self care, and feeding issues.More

Speech Therapy

The focus of pediatric speech therapy is to help the child develop communication skill so they can effectively communicate their wants and needs in life settings. Speech therapy focuses on articulation, production of sound, oral motor control, language development, cognitive skills, and communication to achieve therapy goals. More

Adjunct Therapy

In addition to offering traditional therapy services, Alaska Pediatric Therapy also provides specialized therapy services. Our therapists have advanced training in therapeutic listening, aquatic therapy, and hippotherapy.More