Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic therapy at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital or our Harford County location, uses water and its properties to perform therapeutic exercise and treatment.

Child Life and Therapeutic Recreation

Child Life and Therapeutic Recreation Specialists at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital focus on the psychosocial, developmental and educational needs of children and promote normal childhood growth and development.

Cognitive Programming

Cognitive programming helps children who, as a result of a brain injury, are coping with cognitive impairments that affect their orientation, planning and organization, problem solving, reasoning, memory and attention.

Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy

The Function Can Be Fun Program at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital provides evaluation and direct skilled intervention for children who suffer with asymmetrical hand usage from various diagnoses such as cerebral palsy, neurological impairments, traumatic brain injury, strokes and brachial plexus palsy injuries.

Intensive Rehabilitation Day Program

Our team of rehabilitation clinicians develop individual goals for your child to plan for their intensive therapy programming. The child participates in multiple individually planned sessions five days a week for 3 weeks.

Occupational Therapy

The primary objective of occupational therapy at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is to improving all performance components of activities of daily living.

Physical Therapy

The overall goal of physical therapy is to maximize each patient’s participation in their family, school and recreation activities and routines. 

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is a specialty strategy provided by certified therapists to specifically address pain and muscle mobility. 

Dynamic Movement Intervention

Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) is a therapeutic strategy used by physical and occupational therapists. The therapists facilitate automatic movement patterns to strengthen specific muscle groups with the goal to optimize a child’s motor development.

Schroth Method

The Schroth Method is a treatment strategy for individuals with scoliosis. It focuses on specific postural exercises and corrective breathing techniques to target the individual needs of the patient.

Therasuit Method

The Therasuit® Method is a soft supportive wearable orthotic suit with a series of hooks and elastic cords that the child wears during specific therapy sessions.

Universal Exercise Unit Therapy

Universal Exercise Unit (Spider Cage) Therapy is provided in our Ability Center. The unit is a three sided wire walled space that allows a therapist to use a variety of bungees, belts, pulleys and/or weights to provide individually determined support and strengthening.