Tag "occupational and physical therapy"

That’s my 10-year-old son, Parker, in the photo above. He’s riding a bike. That might sound like a fairly typical activity for a kid his age. But for him, it’s miraculous. I can’t watch it without getting choked up. It’s a › Continue Reading

Billy Parrott, 10, is working hard at getting his right hand back to normal. Three times a week he goes to Cincinnati Children’s and works with an occupational therapist. Billy was grazed in his head by a bullet on Memorial › Continue Reading

Sensory-processing disorder, or SPD, is a condition in which the body and brain have difficulty processing and responding to sensory stimuli in the environment. Karen Harpster, director of occupational therapy research at Cincinnati Children’s, says occupational therapists at the medical › Continue Reading

Susan B. Anthony once said this.  “Let me tell you what I think of bicycling. I think it has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. It gives women a feeling of freedom and self-reliance. I › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s and the Radiology Department are always looking to make your visit to us as convenient as possible. One of the ways we do that is offering multiple locations that you and your family can visit when making it to the main › Continue Reading

“Show No Marcy” was the name we applied to the back of our daughter’s roller-derby-themed helmet. My husband and I figured that if Marcy needed to wear a helmet 23 hours a day for up to three months, we’d at › Continue Reading