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From preparing your child to hit the football field – to individualized physical therapy after an injury – CHoR is where student athletes and dancer get better!
Children's bodies are still developing. Our team provides specialized medical care, instruction and conditioning to address the unique strength and flexibility needs of student athletes. Athletes who work with a dedicated pediatric team experience improved performance and a faster and safer recovery. Sports services at CHoR include:
- Occupational and physical therapy
- Sports Physicals
- Concussion care
- Full spectrum of pediatric care as needed (ex., neurology, cardiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation)
Occupational and Physical Therapy
Our pediatric therapists focus on balance, coordination, endurance, and flexibility as patients develop athletic prowess. We'll also help your school-age athlete get back in the game safely – by working together with your child's pediatrician and coach.
CHoR offers therapy at six convenient locations across Richmond, Stafford, Fredericksburg and Petersburg:
- Bon Air Therapy Center:(804) 323-9060
- Brook Road Campus: (804) 228-5818
- Fredericksburg Therapy Center: (540) 891-4485
- Glen Allen Therapy Center: (804) 273-6656
- Petersburg Therapy Center: (804) 733-7233
- Stafford Therapy Center: (540) 659-7337
From sports injuries and broken bones to exercises to help prevent injures, our board certified pediatric orthopedic specialists are on your team! Services are available at the Children's Pavilion, Fredericksburg Multispecialty Center and VCU Health at Stony Point. Learn more about our orthopaedic Top Docs.
Our multidisciplinary team helps children and their parents through every step of recovery, from managing neurological symptoms to school and social issues. Services are available in the Children's Pavilion.
Learn more about the signs and symptoms of a concussion.
Sports physicals, also referred to as pre-participation physical evaluations (PPE), help determine if a child is healthy enough to participate in a particular sport. PPEs are required by the Virginia High School League and student athletes are not permitted to try out for a sport without a PPE. Learn more about how a sports medicine trained pediatrician can help your child step up their game!