Advanced Therapy Solutions is a locally owned and operated therapy office. We specialize in occupational, physical, speech, feeding & A.B.A. therapies for children. Although we are a pediatric specialty clinic, we do provide speech, language and feeding therapies for adults. We also offer individual & family counseling for children and adults. Our team of professionals work closely together to create specialized treatment plans for each individual.

Advanced Therapy Solutions strives to create a welcoming environment where children and their families feel happy and safe.

"We love Advanced Therapy Solutions! We have a buffet of therapies & have been coming here for years! Each therapist & therapy has helped both my kids, especially my youngest! He's made so many improvements, where I didn't think he'd make any. Looking back from where we started & looking at him now, I'm amazed!"
— Amberlie Jordan

The Different Types of Pediatric Therapy

Pediatric therapists evaluate and provide treatment for children who have problems in certain areas of development that can affect their quality of life. We have supplied a list of the different types of therapies we use to assist children. If you think your child is in need of pediatric therapy, give us a call at (931) 542-2168.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy helps develop the strength and range of motion children need to move through their environment easily and effectively.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy uses the occupations of self-care, play and leisure activities to increase independence, enhance development, and/or prevent disability.

A.B.A Therapy

ABA Therapy utilizes the principles of Behavior Analysis to improve socially significant behaviors for children demonstrating deficient adaptive learning skills and excessive problem behaviors.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy helps children with their production of sounds, receptive/expressive language skills, auditory processing, stuttering, vocal production, hearing impairment, non-verbal communication, oral motor/feeding/dysphagia and social skills.

Feeding Therapy

Feeding therapy focuses on progressing the patient's abilities to eat foods of multiple varieties of textures and tastes, broadening the spectrum of foods that a child eats and educates them on how to eat the food.

Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic therapy provides an environment for gentle resistance, buoyancy, and warmth, and aids in increasing strength, targeting abnormal muscle tone, and relaxing muscles for easier mobility.

Counseling Therapy

Counseling Therapy establishes a safe space to discuss major life changes, parenting, difficulties in relationships, trauma and mental health concerns, identifying solutions to concerns and working towards better life outcomes.