Pediatric Rehabilitation

Find a range of services for children with physical or developmental challenges with the Rehab & Wellness team at Mary Greeley Medical Center. The pediatric rehabilitation team takes a multi-disciplinary approach to helping kids with complex medical needs, brain injuries, stroke, orthopedic trauma, post concussive syndromes, neurological conditions, cerebral palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorders, sensory integration disorders, feeding and nutrition disorders, spasticity management, and developmental delay.

Turn to experienced therapists who specialize in physical, occupational and speech therapies.


Physical therapists address areas of gross motor delays such as sitting, crawling, walking, climbing, and running. Physical therapists focus on play and movement activities that are age appropriate and address the deficit areas. Our staff also has a warm water pool that works well for treating children with rheumatoid conditions. Our staff can also address sports related injuries and provide guidance for return to the chosen sport in a safe and appropriate manner.


Occupational therapists focus on issues of daily function, and fine motor skills, as well as sensory organization concerns. Play is a child’s primary occupation and therefore the occupational therapist uses therapeutic play to engage the child and family to reach the goals they have discussed and set for improving the child’s ability to eat, dress, bathe, participate in school activities and play.


Speech-language therapists assist children and families with communication, speech articulation, voice, fluency, and swallowing concerns.

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Ames: 515-239-6770
Mary Greeley Medical Center
Medical Arts Building
1015 Duff Ave.

Story City: 515-733-5129
Story City Community Health Center
812 Elm Ave.

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