Building Blocks Pediatrics, LLC is a Comprehensive Therapy Clinic.
We offer Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy to children from infants to adolescents. Our clinic also offers specialized services including Therapeutic Music Listening Programs, Vestibular (Balance) Programs, Handwriting Programs, Sensory Diets, Feeding Programs, Group Therapy, Tutoring & Support Groups. Our therapists are highly trained and we foster a personal and professional connection between the parent, therapist and child.
Our Marietta pediatric therapy clinic is nestled in East Cobb, between Roswell and Sandy Springs, Georgia. Our clinic is convenient to Alpharetta, Sandy Springs, North Metro Atlanta, Roswell and East Cobb. Our Buckhead pediatric therapy clinic serves Midtown Atlanta, Downtown Atlanta, Decatur, Dunwoody, Smyrna, Vinings, Mableton and surrounding areas. Directions to Building Blocks Pediatrics clinics.
Our clinic has two sensory gyms and several private treatment rooms. Children receiving therapy love our climbing wall, trampoline, and ball pit. We also have multiple swings to assist with the use of sensory integration theory.
Our Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapists have received specialized training using a variety of therapeutic techniques. These include but are not limited to, Sensory Integrative, Neuromuscular, and Neurodevelopmental approaches. Meet Our Therapists
Our company is constantly receiving referrals from specialists in the pediatric community. Pediatricians, psychiatrists, counselors, fellow therapists and parents often refer children to Building Blocks Pediatrics for treatment of sensory integration deficits, feeding issues, torticollis, gross motor delays, fine motor delays, handwriting, Down Syndrome, ADHD, ADD, Cerebral Palsy, speech delays, and splinting for the upper body.
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (OT)
Occupational Therapy is a service that addresses the “occupations” of life. A child’s “occupations” may include getting ready for camp or school, attending and participating in school, participating in after school programs or extra curricular activities and being a part of the family unit. Being able to . . . More
PHYSICAL THERAPY (PT)
Pediatric Physical Therapy is provided to children from birth to twenty-one who are experiencing functional limitations or disability due to a disorder, a disease process, or trauma. The goals of treatment are to diminish impairments and to prevent or decrease disability, while enhancing reflexes, improving tone, range of motion, and strength, as well as . . More
SPEECH THERAPY (ST)
Speech-Language Pathologists diagnose and treat people who have communication, oral-motor, and feeding deficits. Communication deficits are primarily characterized by receptive and expressive language disorders and articulation/speech disorders. Receptive language disorders impact a child’s ability to comprehend auditory information. Expressive language disorders . . More