Developmental Pediatrician New Jersey


Do you have developmental or behavioral concerns for your child? We help children from New Jersey reach their highest potential through our various Developmental Pediatric Therapy Programs.

Neurodevelopmental and behavioral delays must be addressed as early as possible, and we hope to have a part in providing your loved one with a healthy self image and make them confident in meeting any challenge that they will face in life.

Learn Why Our Pediatric Therapy Programs Are Extremely Effective for Child Developmental and Behavioral Concerns
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Children are expected to reach certain milestones in their growing years. Sometimes these milestones are not met within the typical age range or not at all. We work closely with parents in identifying the unique developmental delays and situations using a wide range of techniques, strategies and approaches in order to help the child reach these milestones.

Is Your Child Experiencing Any of the Following Conditions?

  • Acid Reflux
  • ADD / ADHD
  • Allergies
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Bedwetting and soiling
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Chronic Otitis
  • Colic
  • Constipation
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Discipline issues
  • Dyslexia
  • Eczema
  • Feeding disorders
  • Language/speech impairments
  • Learning disabilities
  • Motoric problems
  • Neurological disorders
  • Oppositional-defiant behavior
  • Plagiocephaly
  • Retardation
  • Sensory Processing Disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Spasticity
  • Torticollis
  • Visual and hearing impairments


Most of the parents that call us for help are relieved to have found a practice that understands their concerns, frustrations and anxieties when it comes to the development of their children. Some have been referred to so many health professionals which takes its toll not only on the parents but also on the child.

When parents first call us we make sure to have a thorough understanding of the concerns of the parents even before the first on-site evaluation. This provides most parents with the first signs of relief, knowing that there is someone who cares and who can actually help them.

If you have developmental or behavioral concerns for your child, give us a call at
(973) 665-3696
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Our Approach

Developmental Pediatric Therapy Clinic New JerseyIf patients have some form of developmental or behavioral delay, we assess and perform an evaluation on which specific area needs attention, and then with the appropriate therapy program, develop those specific areas. We also look for their strengths and educate both the child and the parents on how to maximize these strengths.

We strongly believe that a natural, holistic approach is the best way to handle developmental delays in children. Our Pediatric Occupational Therapy programs make use of everyday things as well as specialized toys that make each session as enjoyable and as effective for the child as possible.

Developing the different areas, as well as highlighting the strengths that are unique in each child will bring out the skills needed to have confidence and a fulfilling life. Through these methods we have helped hundreds of New Jersey families bring out the full potential of their child with developmental or behavioral delays.

How We Can Help

If you have and doubts or concerns about your child’s development, or if they have been diagnosed with a developmental condition and you are looking for ways to provide them with the best chance at having a happy, successful and fulfilling life, please give us a call and we’d love to talk with you. Through an initial phone conversation you will learn about our practice and you can then decide if what we do is best for your child.

We understand that families with children having delays in development go through so much physically, emotionally and financially. We have a unique method of assessing and identifying any delays that children might have, and then work closely with the child and other family members to address those delays and build their self esteem.

Developmental Pediatrician NJ: Pediatric Therapy (973) 665-3696


Developmental Pediatricians & Pediatric Occupational Therapists

There are a number of pediatricians and therapists that specialize in developmental and behavioral cases within the New Jersey Area. It is distressing and frustrating for parents to see their child not being able to do what other kids can do. It is important to learn about how a good Occupational therapist or Developmental Pediatrician can help your child overcome behavioral problems.

Developmental-Behavioral or Neurodevelopmental Pediatricians, are doctors you go to for developmental, behavioral or learning problems. They have undergone specialized training and studies in order to evaluate, assess and treat them of such problems.

A Pediatric Occupational Therapist on the other hand does not diagnose, but rather immediately work on treating the problem in order to help both the child and the parents get on track with the growth milestones of the child. If you already have a diagnosis, or if you are looking for someone who will lead you and your child on the road to living a happy and normal life, it is best to see a Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Developmental Pediatrician New Jersey

Developmental and Behavioral Concerns

Developmental-behavioral pediatricians and Pediatric Occupational Therapists specialize in patients with developmental and behavioral conditions. The most common and most reported conditions include, among others:

  • Dyslexia
  • Difficulties in reading, writing and math and other learning problems
  • ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder)
  • Oppositional-defiant behavior
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Sleep disorders
  • Feeding disorders
  • Discipline issues
  • Bedwetting and soiling
  • Autism
  • Retardation
  • Visual and hearing impairments
  • Delayed development in motor skills, language, speech and logical thinking.

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If you suspect your child manifesting any of these symptoms, it is best to consult an Occupational Therapist in order to minimize the long term effects that these conditions may bring. We can assess the level of performance by conducting a series of developmental and behavioral tests. Most of the time, with the correct program and with early detection, the condition can be totally eliminated. It is also worth knowing that we have a network of doctors, professionals and other resources in the community that can help in the treatment of their patients. These may include specialists such as physical therapists, speech pathologists, neurologists, among others.

A Family Matter

Aside from working with the child directly, the occupational therapist works closely with the parents and other family members. They sometimes can also get in touch with the school to gather input from teachers. It is important for everyone surrounding the child to collaborate in providing information that might be needed.

Sometimes family members themselves might have unknowingly contributed to the disorder, which can be common in for example in anxiety and discipline issues. Working closely with the therapist will help in discovering what may be the root cause of the child’s symptoms.

Monitoring Growth

Occupational therapists also provide long term monitoring of the growth of the child. As they grow and move through the different stages of development, there are significant changes that they go through such as going through kindergarten and reaching different age milestones. A good therapist will practically watch your child grow, and make sure to do everything for them to have the best chances of a successful life.

If You have any concerns about your child’s growth and development, we are here to help.

Call Us Today (973) 665-3696

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