Who We Are
Milestone Therapy is a traveling pediatric rehab company specializing in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech Therapy.
Established in 2003, the company began with one therapist, one client and one vision to provide the absolute best care to the children of our community. Today, we have over 30 therapists and serve the greater Charlotte region and all surrounding counties. Our therapists have countless years of experience and a wealth of knowledge in pediatrics. Our services are unique in that we have the capability to travel to our clients. We can provide services in your child’s home, daycare, preschool or school. We also have a clinic in uptown Charlotte if that is more desirable for your schedule and/ or needs. We accept all types of insurance and will file claims on your behalf.
Milestone Therapy is a traveling therapy company that offers services to children in their homes, preschools and daycare centers. We provide physical and occupational therapy to children ranging from birth to 21 years of age. Our therapists specialize in Sensory Concerns, Developmental Delays, Fine Motor Delays, Body Strengthening, Handwriting, Feeding, Balance and Mobility.
Pediatric Occupational Therapists use their expertise to help children achieve success during play, learning, motor skill development, self care and socialization in their home, school, and community environments. They specifically focus on fine motor development, strength, balance, visual motor (eye- hand coordination) skills, visual perceptual skills, sensory regulation and physical access to their natural environment.
Pediatric Physical Therapists use their vast array of knowledge to work on improving gross motor skills, crawling, walking, overall mobility, balance, coordination, strength, endurance and overall access to their natural environment.
Pediatric Speech-language pathologists work with children who display a wide range of issues such as Autism, feeding disorders, swallowing concerns, developmental delays and overall communication with regards to articulation and receptive/ expressive language to name just a few.
Sensory Integration refers to the neurological process of receiving, organizing, and responding to input from the sensory systems: Auditory, Visual, Gustatory (Taste), Tactile (Touch), Vestibular (Balance & Movement), Proprioceptive (Muscle & Joint sense).
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