Arkansas Children's Orthopedics offers prenatal consults for pregnant women whose doctor has prenatally diagnosed their child with an orthopedic-related condition.
This clinic provides specialty medical services for children, adolescents and selected young adults with physical disabilities.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation provides specialty medical services for children, adolescents and selected young adults with physical disabilities.
Your child's schedule for therapy will be established to meet your child's needs. However, the schedule may be adjusted depending on various factors. Re-evaluation of your child's progress occurs regularly and determines the need for ongoing or discontinuation of the rehabilitation.
Including medications and therapies, these options typically are used as the first line of treatment.
Botox® is injected locally and has become a standard of care treatment for overactive muscles in children with spasticity.
For patients with contractures, a severe form of spasticity, our neurosurgeons can perform tendon lengthening, tendon resection and tendon transfers.
Intrathecal baclofen therapy is when a pump placed in the child’s abdomen delivers a muscle relaxant called baclofen into the fluid surrounding the spinal cord.
Arkansas Children's offers orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) services to patients in order provide specialized equipment they need to help achieve their own level of success.
The Rehabilitation Department at Arkansas Children's offers pool therapy through our outpatient therapy services on a case-by-case basis. Group swim classes are also held throughout the year on a semester basis.
Through inpatient and outpatient services, OTs work with clients to enhance development, restore function and prevent disability resulting from illness or injury.
The Sports Medicine surgery team at Arkansas Children's is able to perform surgery for ACL tears and respect the growth plate while doing so.
Inpatient services require a consult from the medical team. All outpatient services require a prescription from the primary care physician or pediatrician. For general questions regarding making an appointment, therapy services, the referral process or insurance, please call 501-364-1192.
Little Rock, Springdale
Little Rock, Springdale
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Arkansas Children's offers translation assistance to the hearing impaired as well as non-English speaking patients and families.