Our rehabilitation and sports therapy team provides the highest level of clinical care in South Florida and the Treasure Coast. We use a compassionate, patient-centered care approach delivered in a comfortable, friendly environment. We assess your unique needs to create a personalized treatment plan that maximizes your function and well-being.

Why choose Cleveland Clinic in Florida?

When you choose Cleveland Clinic in Florida rehabilitation, you benefit from:

  • Full-spectrum, individualized care: We offer the full scope of therapy services, including outpatient rehab and inpatient rehab. We also offer specialized physical therapy treatments, such as hand therapy and vestibular therapy, which addresses balance and inner ear disorders. When you choose us, you’ll receive one-on-one therapy sessions. In contrast, most other locations in the region only offer rehab services in group settings with several patients at once.
  • Care for pediatric patients: We offer pediatric physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy at select locations throughout the Treasure Coast. Our specialists address the full range of pediatric conditions, such as cleft palate, feeding issues, genetic disorders or stuttering.
  • Optimized outcomes: Our therapists offer prehabilitation to optimize your health and strength before surgery. We also provide the post-rehabilitation exercise programming (PREP) Program, a transitional service to help you move from rehab to self-led exercise.
Pediatric Rehabilitation

Pediatric Rehabilitation

Pediatric Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Audiology

Cleveland Clinic in Florida has a specialized team of therapists who treat infants, babies and children with developmental delays and various neurological, orthopedic and speech conditions. Our team consists of pediatric occupational, physical and speech therapists, and an audiologist. Families are encouraged to be involved in their child's therapy by participating in treatment sessions and working with the child at home.

We provide therapy services for children who have the following conditions:

  • Attention deficit disorder.
  • Autism.
  • Cerebral palsy.
  • Cleft palate.
  • Down syndrome.
  • Feeding problems.
  • Genetic disorders.
  • Head injury.
  • Newborn screening.
  • Orthopaedic and neurological conditions.
  • Prematurity.
  • Spina bifida.
  • Sensory integration disorders.
  • Speech, articulation and stuttering disorders.
  • Tic disorder and tourette syndrome.

To schedule an appointment, please call 772.223.5677. We accept payment from major medical insurance carriers, Medicaid and Part C Funding (Early Intervention Program).


Martin Pediatric Rehabilitation Center at St. Lucie West Blvd. – 772.223.5677

Martin Pediatric Rehabilitation Center at Jensen Beach – 772.223.5677

Medical Fitness Centers

Medical Fitness Centers

We offer medical fitness programs at two locations in Palm City and Hobe Sound. We are the only medically directed fitness center in the Treasure Coast with specialty-trained personnel. Our centers were the first medical fitness facilities in Florida to be certified with the Medical Fitness Association. This certification means we offer the highest-quality staff and programming under medical oversight.

We offer a full range of fitness center services including exercise classes and SilverSneakers® memberships. Physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists provide medical fitness programs that bridge the gap between health care and fitness. We support you from post-rehab through continued recovery, offering carefully developed, customized personal training. Our trainers can help with:

  • Integrating an exercise program into your treatment plan.
  • Managing chronic disease.
  • Preventing and treating disease with mental health, social interaction and spirituality.

We offer programming for patients of all ages and in all stages of life. Our trainers have special certifications to work with:

  • Cancer patients and cancer survivors.
  • Bariatric surgery patients.
  • People with diabetes, Parkinson’s disease or cardiovascular conditions.
  • Rehab patients, including those in cardiac programs or who have completed rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation Services

Rehabilitation Services

Our specialists provide comprehensive treatment for sports injuries and orthopaedic conditions. We commit to helping you improve strength and function while reducing pain. Therapy options may include:

Physical therapy

Physical therapists evaluate your strength, range of motion and function. Then we customize treatment to meet your needs and goals. Treatment may include:

  • Electrical stimulation, which uses mild electrical impulses to relieve pain and inflammation.
  • Exercises, including observed and at-home exercises to increase strength and range of motion.
  • Low-level laser therapy, which uses infrared light to relieve pain and inflammation.
  • Pain management, such as massage or hot and cold therapy.
  • Ultrasound therapy, which sends deep heating to your soft tissues to reduce pain and promote healing.

Occupational therapy

Occupational therapists help improve your fine motor skills and day-to-day function. Treatment may include:

  • Adaptive equipment to assist with everyday needs, such as tools that assist with dressing.
  • Exercise plans to increase your strength and reduce pain.
  • Home adjustments to create an environment where you can move about more easily.
  • Personalized goal-setting to help you return to daily activities.

Our occupational therapists may offer mobility assessments for walking or driving. We may go through a simulation where we run through real-time driving scenarios to test braking or turning. We provide recommendations for driving fitness, as well as offer adaptive equipment if needed.

Hand therapy

Our certified hand therapists (CHTs) are experts in helping you regain functionality and motor skills after surgery or injury. Treatment may include:

  • Fluidotherapy, a type of dry heat therapy.
  • Grip-strengthening exercises.
  • Nighttime braces or splints.
  • Stretches to increase range of motion and reduce pain.

Lymphedema Therapy

Our certified therapists will treat lymphedema with a combination of physical therapy and or bandaging to keep lymphatic fluid moving to reduce swelling and pain. Treatments may include:

  • Compression garments: These may include socks, sleeves, or wraps that have pressure to move fluid from your tissues into circulation.
  • Physical therapy: Physical therapists who specialize in lymphedema do a gentle form of massage called manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) to stimulate circulation.
  • Multilayer compression bandaging: After manual lymphatic drainage treatment, your physical therapist may place multilayer compression bandages on the swollen areas of your body, at different levels of pressure, to keep fluid circulating properly.
  • Compression devices: Pneumatic compression pumps provide on-and-off pressure to keep fluid moving through your lymph vessels and veins so it doesn’t build up in your arms, legs, and other parts of your body.
  • Elevation: Elevating the affected areas helps reduce lymphedema symptoms.
  • Exercise: Therapists may incorporate physical exercise into your treatment plan to stimulate lymphatic drainage.

Manual therapy

Therapists may use hands-on techniques to reduce inflammation and promote tissue repair. Common manual therapy treatments include:

  • Myofascial release, applying sustained pressure to certain body parts to relieve inflammation and increase blood circulation.
  • Soft tissue mobilization, using stretching and deep pressure to help relax your muscles and break up tense muscle tissue.
  • Spinal and joint mobilization, manually moving your joints in specific directions to increase mobility and decrease tension.

Pelvic Health Therapy

Pelvic health therapists can help treat several pelvic health problems including pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, overactive bladder (OAB), and many other conditions that affect the bladder and pelvic function in general. A trained physical therapist specializing in pelvic muscles can help you coordinate and strengthen key muscle groups in your core, including your pelvic floor muscles, to address your specific condition.

Spine injury and back pain therapy

We offer therapy services to people with chronic back pain, neck pain or spinal disorders. We tailor your treatment plan, using effective approaches such as:

  • Body mechanic or postural corrections, including adjustments to how you sit, stand, walk or bend.
  • Cervical and lumbar mechanical traction, using weights or pulleys to stretch the spine, relieving neck pain and muscle spasms.
  • Core stabilization exercises, including in-office and at-home exercise plans to increase core strength and reduce back or neck pain.
  • Home exercise programs, a prescribed set of movements to increase your strength, flexibility and range of motion.
  • Joint or soft tissue mobilization, manually applying pressure to your muscles or moving your joints in specific directions to relieve pain and increase mobility.
  • Stretching and flexibility exercises, including a set of prescribed movements to practice regularly at home.

Vestibular Rehab

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy involves exercises that help you manage dizziness and balance issues. Therapy may help people cope with the symptoms of conditions such as vertigo and labyrinthitis. A physical therapist will evaluate you based on several factors to determine the right therapy for your condition. Therapy may include these exercises:

  • Eye movement control.
  • Balance retraining.
  • Stretching and strengthening.
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