The Children's Therapy Center Opens Fourth Location to Accommodate the Growing Need for Quality Pediatric Therapy Services
By: The Children's Therapy Center
CTC's newest outpatient center, located at 803 West Broad Street in Falls Church, Virginia offers more than 4200 square feet of treatment space and allows for patients of all ages and skill sets to be seen. The new location includes rooms for feeding therapy, sensory processing sessions and orthopedic rehabilitation, as well as an open gym and therapy area where therapists use functional, play-based therapy to maximize every child's potential all while having fun.
Center Manager Leah Kania, PT, DPT is excited to bring The Children's Therapy Center to the Falls Church area. "We can't wait to help all children reach their maximum potential," says Leah. "The team is looking forward to not only providing excellent care to their patients but also becoming active in this awesome community!"
Kelly Moskal, PT, MPT, CTC's Associate Director of Outpatient Services, agrees. "It is exciting to see the legacy of quality clinical care carry on and expand into Falls Church and reach even more children. We can't wait to welcome new patients to our brand-new center and have them be a part of the CTC family."
The Children's Therapy Center joined the Theraplay family of companies in 2017, and with their sister company Fleming Therapy Services are a regional leader in delivering high-quality pediatric and adolescent therapy throughout Virginia.
About The Children's Therapy Center
The Children's Therapy Center was founded by physical therapist Suzan Syron in 1979 under the name Suzan Syron and Associates. After growing into the multi-service facility it is today, the name was changed in 1999 to more accurately reflect the wide variety of services they provide, including physical, occupational and speech therapy. In 2017, CTC joined the Theraplay family of companies, along with Austill's Educational Therapy Services, Positive Steps Therapy, AOT, Inc., and Fleming Therapy Services, furthering their mission to maximize each child's potential through functional play-based therapies. For more information visit pediatric-therapy.com.