Burger Pediatric Therapy Center

The Burger Pediatric Therapy Center is a specialized pediatric therapy clinic devoted entirely to meeting the orthopedic, neurological and developmental needs of children from birth to adolescence.  Our physical, occupational and speech therapists have extensive experience and training in meeting the needs of children of all ages from infancy to adolescence.  Our goal is to help children reach their greatest potential and level of independence in an age-appropriate and nurturing environment. Pediatric therapists work with the child, the parent and the teacher, where appropriate, to set realistic goals and to actualize the concept of family-centered care. The therapy environment is designed to be nurturing and FUN! Privacy for children and for families is respected.

A Team Approach

Pediatric therapists at the Burger Pediatric Therapy Center work closely with the child’s pediatrician, orthopedist, neurologist, and caregivers. Our goal is to provide consistent and appropriate care to achieve the best functional outcomes for the child while supporting the diverse needs of the family unit.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Burger Pediatric Therapy Center is to provide physical, occupational and speech therapy services to children of all ages in a manner and a setting that makes a POSITIVE difference in the lives of our clients, their families and the community at large. If you’re wondering when a child should be evaluated for physical, occupational or speech therapy please check our therapy evaluation forms here: Physical, Occupational, Speech.

  • Adaptive Communication
  • Assessment & Fitting of Adaptive Equipment & Wheelchairs
  • Autism
  • Developmental Delays
  • Feeding Challenges
  • Fine Motor/Hand Deficits
  • Functional Electrical Stimulation
  • Gross Motor Disturbances
  • Muscular Imbalances/Weakness
  • Orthopedic Injuries
  • Sensory Integration Issues
  • Speech/Language Delays or Disturbances
  • Splinting/Casting Needs
  • Torticollis
  • Vestibular/Proprioceptive Deficits
  • Visual/Auditory Deficits

Most clients are private insurance or school sponsored as well as Alta Regional sponsored clients. Most referrals are made by primary physicians, special education program specialists or by their school. School-based assessments and consultations are available in some areas at the request of the school district.  Private insurance services require a physician’s referral and an authorization from the insurer. Private pay clients are always welcome. We do not accept CCS sponsored clients.

The Burger Pediatric Therapy Center is owned and operated by Burger Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Agency, a non-public, non-sectarian agency registered with the State of California, Department of Education.