Functional Independence is our Goal

Our team consists of therapists that specialize in treating children ages 0-21 for a wide variety of services that include Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Neurological Rehabilitation, Speech Therapy, and Children’s Therapy to patients in our area. Our new facilities has a wing dedicated to our young patients that include a special waiting room, Physical Therapy, Sensory, and Speech Therapy Rooms.

Paramount Rehabilitation Services offers physical, occupational and speech therapy for children to help them improve their daily lives while increasing attention and concentration skills.

Pediatric Therapy helps patients whose daily living is impaired by:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Balance and Coordination Disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Cerebral Vascular Accident
  • Fine and Gross Motor Delay
  • Head Injury
  • Limb Amputation
  • Non-verbal Learning Disorder
  • Sensory Integration Disorder
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Sports Injury
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

Personalized Treatment Plans

  • Adaptations
  • Compensatory strategies
  • Exercise
  • Fluidotherapy
  • Functional activities
  • Home exercise program
  • Hot and cold pack
  • Interferential current
  • Iontophoresis
  • Laser
  • Manual Therapy
  • Massage
  • Neuromuscular electrical stimulation
  • Paraffin
  • Splinting
  • Ultra sound

Personalized Treatment Plans


Aqua Therapy

One on one treatment within the pool utilizing, underwater treadmill and underwater video monitoring with specially designed activities to restore and increase a patient’s functional abilities. Click for more information.

Balance and Vestibular

Children with vestibular disorders often respond well to a specialized form of therapy called vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT). VRT may focus on habituation and training in using remaining vestibular function.

Cognitive Rehab

Cognitive Rehabilitation focuses on enhancing function and independence while aiding in a patient’s recovery while improving their quality of life.

Feeding and Swallowing

Patients will try drinking and swallowing different textures during their evaluation, after which a treatment plan will include specific swallowing exercises to improve muscle movement and function.


Hand Therapy

The goal of hand therapy is to improve function, minimize pain and potential avoid surgery.

Hand Writing

Handwriting difficulties may occur because of physical, visual perceptual, visual motor integration difficulties as well as just different learning styles. Occupational therapists are trained to identify the area of difficulty and assist to improve the child’s handwriting via specific intervention.

Sensory Integration

Helps children who have difficulty taking in, sorting out and connecting information from the surrounding world through senses as well as vestibular and proprioceptive systems.

Vital Stim and Oral Control

VitalStim is an external stimulation system placed on specific locations on the throat and/or face to stimulate the impaired muscles while performing other exercises.


V.O.I.C.E. therapy treats voice disorders in children. A voice disorder is an abnormal pitch, loudness, and/or vocal quality resulting from disordered larynx, respiratory and/or vocal tract functioning.


Overall Experience

*Based on October 2016 survey

Scheduling of 1st Evaluation100%
Courtesy of Office Staff100%
Cleanliness of Office100%
Recommending PRS100%

Paramount is a truly wonderful place. My client has intellectual disabilities, and staff went above and beyond to meet her needs. Every single staff was always smiling and very friendly, Exceptional care.

Melissa Haney

I received great care from my therapist Jenny. She is very helpful and thoughtful. I would definitely recommend this facility to someone in need of care. The massage therapists were great as well! Thank you so much!

Brenda Surgeson