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Achieve Beyond Pediatric Therapy
857 D Center Court
Shorewood, IL 60404
(815) 730-1818
Will County
Services allow children to restore or improve their mobility. These activities may include: sitting, crawling and walking. New location at 1221 Farmington Lakes, Oswego, IL 60543.
Private insurance accepted (in network with BCBS, Humana, Cigna, Aetna). Soon to be credentialed for All-Kids (public insurance).
No wait list.

Arlington Pediatric Therapy Management Services, Ltd.
Krista Stewart, ext. 120
3105 N. Wilke Road, Suite H
Arlington Heights, IL 60004-1450
(847) 255-8690
Cook County
Offers standardized evaluation of motor skills and function, neuron-developmental treatment, manual therapy (myofascial release, craniosacral therapy and joint mobilization), etc.
Ages: birth-18.
Private and limited public insurance accepted.
Possible wait list for after school hours.

Aspire Children's Services
Eamon Shannon Center
Contact: Kathy Ruffulo
1815 S. Wolf Road
Hillside, IL 60162
(708) 236-0979
Cook County
Provides pediatric assessment and physical therapy services, including Lite Gait therapy.
Ages: birth-14.
Private and public insurance accepted.
No wait list.

Association for Individual Development
Debbie Ortiz
309 W. New Indian Trail Court
Aurora, IL 60506
(630) 966-4050
Kane County
Provides physical therapy evaluation and treatment. The PT uses a multi-faceted approach including a variety of fun and engaging activities to work on muscle strengthening, balance, coordination, standing, and walking. Families are included in the therapy experience. Other features of the PT program include: aquatic therapy for coordination and balance while developing strength; lite gait for partial-weight-bearing gait training; treadmill training for muscle re-education; cardiovascular fitness and endurance training; and Nintendo Wii video games to encourage movement and promote coordination.
Ages: 3 and up.
Private and public insurance accepted.
Wait list (call for length).

Community Therapy Services, PC
Carol Hrodey, MS, OTR/L, Clinic Director
40W310 LaFox Road, Suite 1AB
St. Charles, IL  60175
Kane County
e-mail: or
Provides evaluation and physical therapy treatment services.
Ages: birth-18.
Private and limited public insurance accepted; Blue Cross Blue Shield network provider.
Possible wait list for after school hours.

Helping Hand Rehabilitation Center
Pediatric Rehabilitation Physician Clinic
Sally Wilson-Gamble
9649 W. 55th St.
Countryside, IL 60525
(708) 352-3580, ext. 437
Cook County
Outpatient clinic for children with a wide array of disabilities and delays. Clinic provides individuals with physical therapy evaluation and treatment.
Ages: birth-18.
Private and public insurance accepted.
No wait list.

Imagine Pediatric Therapy
Tanja Golsch, PT, DPT
Joy Ehlenfeldt, PT
606 W. Roosevelt Road
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 588-5050
Cook County
Provides assessment and physical therapy services.
Ages: birth-18.
Private insurance accepted.
No wait list.

Kids Can Do, Inc.
19100 S. Crescent Drive, Suite 101
Mokena, IL 60448
(708) 478-5400
Will County
Provides a variety of treatment interventions for children who are faced with medical and/or developmental challenges including: developmental activities, therapeutic exercise, balance and coordination activities, adaptive play activities, mobility training, safety and prevention programs, and activities to promote overall wellness. Offers the following treatment techniques: neuro developmental treatment (NDT), Kinesio Taping, TheraTogs, neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), myofascial release, stabilizing pressure input orthosis (SPiO), sensory integration techniques and the use of the LiteGait for partial weight bearing gait training.
Ages: birth and up.
Private insurance accepted and DSCC.
Cost: $170 (hourly rate).
Wait list for after school hours.

La Rabida Children's Hospital
Pam Northrop
East 65th Street at Lake Michigan
Chicago, IL 60649
(773) 256-5957
Cook County
Provides assessment and physical therapy services.
Ages: birth-18.
Private and public insurance accepted. HMOs not accepted.
3-month wait list. Prescription from referring doctor needed to make appointment.

Maximum Potential Autism Directory for Illinois
Directory for physical therapists in Illinois.

Nature’s Edge Therapy Center, Inc.
Director Becky Payne, MATCCC/SLP/HPCS
2523 14¾ Ave.
Rice Lake, WI 54868
(715) 859 6670
Barron County
Ages: birth to geriatric
Assessment and treatment for patients that have gross motor delays and motor planning deficits, as well as assessing for adaptive equipment Private insurance accepted. Animal assisted therapy and horticulture therapy are incorporated into skilled medical therapy to provide functional and motivational response to the medical treatment plan.
No wait list.

North Shore Pediatric Therapy
1308 Waukegan Road, Glenview, IL 60025, Cook County
1700 W. Cortland, Chicago, IL 60622, Cook County
1442 Old Skokie Road, Highland Park, IL 60035, Lake County
(877) 486-4140
Provides physical therapy evaluation and treatment.
Cost for evaluation: $576.
$144 (per additional hour).
Out-of-network provider.
No wait list.

Oak Leyden Developmental Services
Chandra Dean
411 Chicago Ave.
Oak Park, IL 60302
(708) 524-1050, ext. 132
Cook County
Provides physical therapy evaluation and treatment.
Ages: 3-6.
Private insurance accepted. Limited number of public insurance accepted.
Current wait list. Call for more information.

Oak Tree Developmental Center
Suzanne Trumbower, MS-PT
1640 N. Wells Ave., #103
Chicago, IL 60614
(312) 642-4300
Cook County
Provides physical therapy evaluation and treatment and small groups.    
Ages: birth-12.
Private and public insurance accepted.
Three-week wait list.

Vital Rehabilitation
5820 W. Irving Park Rd.
Chicago, IL 60634
(773) 685-8482
Cook County
Provides physical therapy evaluations in the clinic, home or community. Aquatic therapy, neuro developmental treatment (NDT) and Cuevas MEDEK Exercise (CME).
Ages: birth to 18.
Private insurance accepted.
Waiting list for Aquatic Therapy.

WEE Speech, PC
Laura Drower
Julie Levin
8833 Gross Point Road
Skokie, IL 60077
(847) 329-8226
Cook County
Provides physical therapy evaluation and treatment. Available services include: neurodevelopmental treatment, orthotics and kinesiotaping.
Ages: birth-18.
BCBS provider. Early intervention program.
No wait list.

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