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COVID-19 – Updated Procedures

Due to the increase in patients visiting the office, and the rise in Covid-19 cases in the Houston area, we are again modifying our procedures at PTC to assure the safety of our patients, their families, our therapists and office staff. In addition to our enhanced cleaning and “virtual” waiting room we will begin to […]

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COVID-19 Update – Pediatric Therapy Center is Here for You

  As an essential business, Pediatric Therapy Center has remained open during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our therapists and office staff have worked hard to provide a safe environment for our patients so your kids can continue to get the important treatments and services they need. While taking necessary precautions to stay healthy, it is understandable […]

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Coronavirus Prevention at Pediatric Therapy Center

  Pediatric Therapy Center is committed to provide a disinfected environment for our patients, their families, and our therapists. Therefore, we are closely monitoring the latest CDC updates regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Although there have not been any cases of Coronavirus at our facility, we are taking great measures to protect against the spread of the […]

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When your child struggles to speak: Childhood Apraxia of Speech

  Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a speech disorder in children that makes it difficult for a child to speak. With this disorder, the brain struggles to develop plans for speech movement and then can’t tell the muscles that move the lips, jaw, and tongue how to move to make accurate speech sounds. According to […]

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PTC Partners with CLASI

This spring, Pediatric Therapy Center will be partnering with The Collaborative for Leadership in Ayres Sensory Integration (CLASI) program to help therapists get their certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration. PTC will act as an onsite location for therapists to complete part of their certification. More about Ayres Sensory Integration Ayres Sensory Integration (ASI) is a […]

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Kids

At some point, most kids have trouble paying attention, sitting still, or listening to their parents or teachers. However, when does normal childhood behavior turn into something more serious? If your child’s behavior is negatively affecting their schoolwork, friendships and home-life, then it’s possible that they could have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ADHD  [...]

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Intensive Therapy at Camp Musketeer

For the second year in a row, PTC held its Neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) therapy intensives – a three week intensive therapy “camp” for kids. Ten kids participated in this year’s camp; each child received 3 hours of therapy per day, one hour each of Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy for a total of 45 sessions. […]

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After NDT: How Intensives Impacted Our Patients (Jack’s Story)

After NDT: How Intensives Impacted Our Patients Jack’s Story   PTC’s NDT camp is over, so we’re checking in with a few of our patients who participated in it. Our second blog is about Jack Grodin. His mom, Amma, was kind enough to let us interview her about Jack and his NDT experience. If you haven’t […]

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After NDT: How Intensives Impacted Our Patients (Shiloh’s Story)

After NDT: How Intensives Impacted Our Patients Shiloh’s Story PTC’s NDT camp is over, so we’ve decided to check in with a few of our patients who participated in it. Our first blog is about Shiloh Molock. Her mom, Natalie, was kind enough to let us interview her about Shiloh and how the intensives have […]

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NDT Intensives and Our Patients: NDT Series Part 5

NDT Intensives and Our Patients For the last few weeks, we’ve been interviewing therapists who have recently been certified in NDT. But we thought for our last article about NDT we would interview one of our patient’s moms, and her therapist, about how NDT intensives have made a difference in her life.   Bryleigh is […]

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