Come Visit Us in Nashville, TN!
Opening its doors in 2011, Jones Therapy's Nashville clinic has helped countless patients reach their potential and excede their goals. The Nashville clinic is home to many of Tennessee's best Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapsits and have the skills and knowledge to offer your child or loved one the care the need and truly deserve. Ginger Jones went from being a single pathologist/therapist in her Franklin clinic to owning 9 clinics across Tennessee which have assisted several thousands of patients with the help of over 70 therapists, pathologists and patient care advocates. Since day one, we have never lost sight of why we started this business; Love.
With the help of our 70 trained professionals who travel between our 9 locations, we are able to treat so many different delays and disorders. Many of our staff members regularly visit our Nashville clinic and they make sure to treat them as if they were their first and only.
The Services We Specialize In
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Feeding Therapy
Some Disorders We Treat in Nashville
Autism Spectrum Disorder
As one of the more widely observed and most common developmental disorders, Autism is currently diagnosed in 1 of 68 children in the United States. Children diagnosed with a form of Autism often need specific life skills taught to them as the disorder often delays the childs development and some life skills come easier to them than others. Autism Spectrum Disorders have a wide array or disorders. Children who are diagnosed with Aspergers need vastly different life skills taught to them than people who suffer from Childhood Disintegrative Disorder. Early diagnosis and Autism treatment can help them reach their full potential and therapy can make all the difference for your child or loved one.
Down Syndrome is a developmental disorder that is detectable during pregnancy. It is the result of an extra chromosome specifically placed inside a fetus' DNA. Down Syndrome attacks the child's development from an early age. For children diagnosed with this downs syndrome, many life skills and basic thought processes are impacted and thus, the use of a therapist or treatment clinic from an early age is vital to their success. Our Nashville Clinic has some of the best therapists and advocates in Tennessee who are properly equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to help your child be a champion while overcoming their struggles!
The disorder Cerebral Palsy negatively affects a person's muscle groups and motor skills. This disorder can make life very frustrating and difficult for those who have it. It can make tasks like drinking a glass of water or simply holding a book very difficult. Like most developmental disorders, Cerebral Palsy isn't curable which makes treatment and therapy so important to the development of individuals. At Jones Therapy's Nashville Clinic, we treat our patients through a variety of Occupational, Physical, Speech, and Feeding Therapy regimens that help our patients vastly improve their quality of life.
Apraxia of Speech
Apraxia of speech is a motor speech disorder which occurs due to a disconnect between the brain and the parts of body which assist in speech (jaw, tongue, mouth and lips). This disconnect can make it difficult for those who suffer to pronounce certain syllables and sound out words. This delay is specifically frustrating because the disconnect does not occur in the cognitive part of the brain. The child knows exactly what they are trying tosay, but just can't form the words due to a motor skill disconnect. Speech and Language Therapy is vital to breaking this disconnect and can make a significant difference for your child.
Sensory Integration Disorder
Sensory Integration refers to how an individual receives and processes information from their environment using their senses. Those who suffer from this dissorder often have difficulties in learning, working, socializing and behaving. Sensory integration disorder can co-exist along with other developmental delays and disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, but it can also be a disorder that plagues an individual on its own. Our Occupational Therapists in Nashville will first determine if your child has a sensory integration disorder. If the child has been diagnosed, we not only work with the child, but with the family as well. Our goal is first and foremost to develop a program that identifies, targets and treats the underlying causes of this disorder.
Visual Perceptual Skills
Visual Perception refers to the brain's ability to make sense of what they eyes see. Many children with deficits in visual perceptual skills may have good vision, but they are unable to complete certain tasks. Occupational Therapy can help individuals with visual perception deficits by improving their abilities and attention to visual tasks and possibly modifying tasks for improved success.
And Many More!
Call Our Nashville Clinic Today!
Are you interested in finding out more about our Nashville, TN clinic? To schedule a consulation, please visit our Scheduling page and if you have more questions, check out our FAQ page or call us at (615) 614-8833!
We look forward to speaking with you!