Rehab Without Walls offers multiple types of treatment for children and young adults, including ongoing and intensive therapy. Our expert clinicians utilize specialized training and equipment to promote a high level of neurological rehabilitation.
Our therapists are skilled at exploring play for therapeutic benefit, helping our clients meet personal and family driven goals. We promote inclusion and connection among families and clients, forming a supportive and tight-knit community
20818 44th Avenue W.
Lynnwood, Washington 98036
Phone: (425) 672-2716
Fax: (425) 672-2720
We offer ongoing comprehensive therapy services for children and young adults, including physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Our multi-disciplinary team uses a collaborative approach to develop individualized treatment plans addressing specific injuries, limitations and delays.
We work closely with families to provide individualized home programs and promote generalization of skills learned in therapy.
Intensive therapy consists of customized three—four-week multidisciplinary therapy programs. Each program is designed to improve function during critical periods of development or rehabilitation. This program is based on the TheraSuit Method developed in Poland.
Daily activity utilizing the Universal Exercise Unit, the “Spider Cage” and the TheraSuit allows a child to make exceptional gains in a short period of time. The TheraSuit is a soft dynamic body orthotic that is designed to improve proprioception, reduce pathological reflexes, and improve movement patterns. The suit components are attached by bungee type bands to correctly align the body and perform resistance as movements are performed.
At Rehab Without Walls®, we provide comprehensive therapy services that make a real difference in day-to-day life for children from infancy to young adulthood. Whether delivered in our renowned outpatient centers or the child’s home, our approach is the same: developing an individualized treatment plan and encouraging family participation.
Our team of physical therapists treat children and young adults, with a variety of diagnoses and disabilities, to improve strength, balance, flexibility and increase independence and mobility in their home, school and community.
Our occupational therapy practitioners enable children, teens and young adults to develop the physical, cognitive, sensory, and social-emotional skills for home, school and community participation.
Speech-Language Pathologists work to assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, and cognitive communication in children and young adults.