Community’s pediatric outpatient rehabilitation program works with you and our youngest patients to improve your child's function, mobility and strength.

We specialize in evaluating, diagnosing and treating physical and functional impairments in our pediatric patients. Our team of therapists provide physical therapy, speech-language pathology and occupational therapy services.

Our pediatric rehabilitation team also works with you to customize and design a therapy program that fits your child’s needs. Families are also encouraged to be involved in their child’s care, through treatment sessions that can be continued at home.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists are specialists in movement. They improve the quality of your child's life through hands-on care, prescribed exercise and patient education.


  • Brachial Plexus injuries

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Congenital anomalies

  • Developmental delays

  • Down Syndrome

  • Gait and movement disorders

  • Hypertonia and Hypotonia

  • Muscular Dystrophy

  • Scoliosis

  • Skeletal and connective tissue disorders

  • Spina Bifida

  • Torticollis (neck twists to one side and causes the head to tilt)


  • Active and passive joint range of motion

  • Atypical movement pattern assessment and gait training

  • Balance, coordination and motor planning training

  • Durable medical equipment and orthotic selection and assessment

  • Gross motor training to reach milestones (i.e. rolling, sitting, crawling, walking and running)

  • Manual therapy and external cueing

  • Rehabilitation of orthopedic/athletic diagnoses and injuries, return to sport, post-op

  • Soft tissue mobilization and flexibility training

  • Strength and endurance training

Occupational Therapy

A healthcare worker holds a toddler boy by his legs as he lays back on a giant, inflatable ball. They are in a colorful, child-friendly rehabilitation room.

Occupational therapists work with your child to encourage their rehabilitation by performing activities of daily living (ADL). 

Our therapists teach children how to prevent or live better with injury, illness or disability, and encourage a healthy lifestyle.


  • Behavioral and mental health conditions

  • Birth injuries or defects

  • Brain and spinal cord injuries

  • Cancer

  • Congenital anomalies such as Spina Bifida

  • Developmental delays

  • Hand injuries

  • Neurological disorders

  • Post-surgical and orthopedic conditions

  • Feeding problems


  • Activities of daily living training

  • Fine motor and hand/eye coordination training

  • Rehabilitation of orthopedic diagnoses

  • Sensory integration and processing

  • Splinting, casting and equipment management

  • Visual and motor perception training

  • Feeding training

Speech-Language Pathology

Our pediatric speech-language pathologists work to prevent, diagnose and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders in children.


  • Brain and spinal cord injuries

  • Feeding and swallowing disorders

  • Congenital anomalies

  • Developmental delays

  • Head injuries

  • Speech and language disorders including stutters and lisps

  • Voice disorders


  • Articulation training

  • Cognition including attention, memory, executive function and awareness

  • Control of vocal and respiratory system

  • Feeding and safe swallowing skills

  • Language treatment

  • Training families on the use of alternative devices

Community Outpatient Rehabilitation Center

215 N. Fresno Street, Suite 250
Fresno, CA 93701
(559) 459-1842

Monday – Friday
7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

For a referral, please talk with your child’s primary care pediatrician or specialty care doctor.

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