3221 Eastlake Ave E Suite 110, Seattle, WA 98102 Directions
Pregnancy-Related Arm and Hand Pain, General Exercise, Yoga, Cycling, Gardening, Carpal Tunnel, Arthritis, Tennis Elbow, Dupuytren’s Contracture, Impingement Syndrome, Fractures and Ligament, Running, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Skiing, Tendonitis, Tendon, Nerve & Ergonomic-Based Injuries
Movemend is a new neighborhood-based clinic located in Seattle since 2015. The clinic has been providing physical and occupational therapy for arm and hand injuries, ergonomic consulting, and post-injury personal training to heal a disorder. The clinic has a certified hand therapist with five years of clinical research experience in direct practice in hand therapy. They offer treatment for total body and functional approaches to rehabilitation, including sports performance by their internationally recognized experts. They also provide hand therapy techniques for extensor tendon repairs. They provide on-site custom arm and hand orthotic fabrication.
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SEATTLE THERAPY NETWORK
4636 East Marginal Way South, Suite B-100, Seattle, WA 98134 Directions
Sound, Sports-Related Injuries, Self-Care, Cerebral Palsy/Hemiplegia, Self-Regulation, Communication and Health, Zones of Regulation, Social Thinking, Size Matters Handwriting, Sign Language, Praxis Testing, Primary Coaching Model, Integrated Listening System, Art of Balance, Advanced Oral-Motor and Feeding, Ayres Sensory Integration & Play Skills
Seattle Therapy Network provides therapy to young children who have speech and language disorders. Carey Goldenberg is the CEO of STN that provides a safe, happy, and challenging environment, packed with fun and imaginative opportunities. She is an advanced practitioner in sensory integration and loves to help families better understand their children and help make everyday activities more enjoyable. The clinic has a team of progressive professionals who work collaboratively to make therapy seem easy and fun. The clinic offers the very best treatment for constraint-induced movement, brain gym, rhythmic movement, and craniosacral therapy.
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THERAPY SERVICES FOR CHILDREN
11320 Roosevelt Way Northeast, Seattle, WA 98125 Directions
Fine Motor Skills and Hand Strength, Bilateral Coordination and Body Awareness, Motor Planning/Praxis, Emotional Regulation, Sensory Integration, Handwriting Assessment, Visual-Motor Integration, and Visual Perceptual Skills, Self-Regulation, Attention and Organizational, Cursive Instruction, Balance, Remediation & Self-Care
'Therapy Services for Children' is an outpatient, pediatric occupational therapy Seattle clinic that was founded in 1990 by Heidi J. Hynes. He gives therapy for sessions that are child-centered, fun, and promotes the development of functional skills. Their mission is to allow children to participate in the activities of everyday life through their therapies. The clinic provides children with different conditions and symptoms with individualized assessment and ongoing treatment. 'Therapy Services for Children' provides occupational therapy services to mainly address motor skills, self-care, play, sensory processing, emotion regulation, and challenging behavior.