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Division of Rehabilitation Medicine

Our division delivers comprehensive medical care for patients with various kinds of acute functional disability.

Medical services

Our team of physiatrists, physical therapists (PT), occupational therapists (OT), speech, language and hearing therapists (ST), clinical psychologists (CP), a masseur, and other staff provides rehabilitation services to all patients undergoing treatment at the NCCHD. We also cooperate with doctors and nurses in different departments and medical social workers to organize children’s medical and social support.

Diagnosis and treatment policy

We use highly advanced medical technology to provide appropriate rehabilitation treatment to patients with congenital and acquired disorders. We also provide rapid intervention to children who require individualized rehabilitation programs. As well as direct interventions for children, we also provide education to parents and teachers to help children to make a smooth transition between hospital, home and school.

Specialties

  • Developmental evaluation for infants
  • Chest physiotherapy at the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU)
  • Evaluation of neuropsychological disorders
  • Holistic assessment of swallowing problems

Target diseases

We manage rehabilitation programs for patients in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), as well as transplant recipients, patients who have undergone orthopedic and plastic surgery, patients with ear, nose and throat conditions, respiratory disease, neuromuscular disease, dysphasia, disuse atrophy, hereditary disease, malignant tumor, endocrine disease, and developmental disorders such as pervasive developmental disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and learning disorder.