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Summer camp offers outdoor and indoor adaptive sports and hands-on recreational activities for youth between the ages of 7 and 17.
We lead in rehabilitation care for children from infancy through adolescence.
Lokomat training is a robot-assisted walking therapy to help a person whose ability to walk has been impaired as a result of stroke, SCI, TBI, neurological or orthopedic condition, learn to walk again.
Individualized seating system can promote good posture, enhance breathing and digestion, prevent complications such as pressure sores and skin irritation.
We address both chronic pain through our dedicated Pain Management Center as well as individual case of acute or short-term pain in our DayRehab, outpatient and other specialized pain rehabilitation programs.
The goal of Feeding Support Services is to determine why your child has difficulty eating by mouth or gaining weight and develop a strategy to overcome these issues.
A form of botulinum toxin improved active arm movement for stroke and brain trauma patients in a clinical trial that involved Christina Marciniak, MD, attending physician at AbilityLab.
We offer sophisticated gait assessment for children and adults at the Computerized Motion Analysis, one of the few of its kind in the Chicago and the U.S.
Computerized Motion Analysis For Clinicians
The Computerized Motion Analysis team will coordinate all scheduling and billing with your patient. You will also receive the final report from the motion analysis from the CMA team within six weeks.
Computerized Motion Analysis Services
The clinical Computerized Motion Analysis focuses on the analysis of human walking (gait analysis) and upper extremity function during activities of daily living.
Pediatric patients (inpatient and outpatient) work with doctors, researchers and therapists in this kid-customized Pediatric Lab, scaled for smaller bodies, developing brains and appealing to young imaginations.
Our DayRehab™ Program sets the standard for patients who no longer require hospitalization, but still need intensive, coordinated rehabilitation care.