What patients and families need to know
Programs and Services
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation takes a multidisciplinary approach to care, combining a variety of departments and specialties to provide your child with the most comprehensive care experience.
Learn more about the specialized services we provide for our patients:
The Brachial Plexus Program at Children’s National is focused on caring for children with either birth-related or traumatic brachial plexus injuries.
The Perinatal Brain Injury Program provides comprehensive evaluation and care of infants with suspected neurological injury or deficits.
The Torticollis Program at Children’s National provides comprehensive education to the parents of and optimal care for children with torticollis.
As part of an ongoing collaboration, National Rehabilitation Hospital offers an ideal setting for recovery for Children’s National patients. Independence Square ® is designed to teach patients the skills needed for independent living in a simulated, "real world" community environment.
A multidisciplinary program that involves specialists from the Center for Neuroscience Research, Fetal and Transitional Medicine, and the Divisions of Neonatology and Neurology.
The Spina Bifida Program at Children’s National Hospital is a leader in caring for infants, children and young adults with deformities and abnormalities of the spine and spinal cord.