Pediatric Therapy in Georgetown, KY

Marshall Pediatric Therapy is a specialized outpatient pediatric therapy clinic for children with developmental delays and special needs. This clinic is designed to be fun, accommodating, and valuable! It’s easy to get to our facilities from nearby towns and cities.

Marshall Pediatric Therapy in Georgetown, Kentucky has experts who can assist you and your child in various ways. These services are designed to help with school, home, and personal life issues. Our highly-skilled therapists are trained to work with kids who experience various diagnoses including but not limited to Cerebral Palsy, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, stuttering, traumatic brain injury, learning impairments, developmental delays, speech difficulties, and more.

At Marshall Pediatric Therapy, our mission is to help families build skills for life by evaluating and determining the activities that best encourage and motivate their children. We believe that hands-on therapy builds comfort and trust between a parent and child, giving that young mind confidence. It helps break down the barrier and builds a bridge of support so that they can better express themselves in times of need.

Marshall Pediatric Therapy takes pride in being family-oriented, both for employees and patients alike. Our company’s objective is to advance patients to the next therapeutic level. Our patients love coming for treatment. We feel proud of our patients and our company culture.

We help create a comprehensive plan that is individualized for your child. We offer the following disciplines as a multidisciplinary approach.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy visits focus on assisting your child with everyday activities, routines, and “jobs” (occupations) across multiple environments. From the playground to the classroom, and every space in between. Occupational Therapy helps patients improve physical function, motor and social skills, self-care, cognitive planning, and emotional well-being, as well as being able to integrate sensory information more efficiently. 

  • Feeding Deficits
  • Routines (bedtime, mealtime, bathtime)
  • Play Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Behavior
  • Visual Perception
  • Motor Planning
  • Delayed Motor or Self-Care Skills
  • Sensory Processing
  • Transitioning Tasks
  • Handwriting
  • Safety Concerns (eloping, climbing, strangers)
  • Development Skill Acquisition

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy visits focus on a child’s overall ability to be able to interact with and enjoy his or her environment. Speech-Language Therapy generally helps a patient with communication, articulation, auditory processing, voice/fluency, and oral motor movements for speech/eating.

  • Tongue Thrust
  • Voice Disorders
  • Phonological Processing
  • Feeding Delays
  • Language Deficits
  • Speech/Language Delays due to Hearing Loss
  • Dysarthria/Apraxia of Speech
  • Deficits in Social Skills
  • Cognitive Linguistic Deficits due to Brain Injury
  • Augmentative Communication
  • Fluency/Stuttering Disorders
  • Dyslexia/Phonological Awareness Treatment
  • Oral Motor


Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a service that helps children from birth through adolescence reach motor milestones, improve/restore function, and achieve the highest level of functional independence across multiple environments. Physical therapists help a child to gain strength and range of motion as well as improve balance and coordination with the goal of improving mobility and function.  

  • Balance
  • Flexibility
  • Difficulty learning new motor skills
  • Range of Motion
  • Coordination
  • Endurance
  • Postural Alignment
  • Surgical Rehabilitation

Mental Health Therapy (Individual and Family Counseling)

Mental Health Therapy visits focus on providing encouragement and support in order to create a more balanced, loving, and overall successful home life. By working with both the child and the family using proven psychological methods, Mental Health Therapy can help manage and even eliminate a variety of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties.

  • ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder
  • Deficits in Interpersonal and Social Skills
  • Attachment/Relationship Issues
  • Parent Education/Support

Focused based ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis), our Building Blocks Program

The Building Blocks program is a comprehensive and collaborative approach to your child’s therapeutic treatment. The aim of this program is to meet all your child’s needs under one roof. Our goal is to always provide your child with the highest quality of care that promotes the safety, dignity, and joy of your child! Applied behavior analysis is a scientific approach to understanding behavior. ABA refers to a set of principles that focus on how behaviors change or are affected by the environment, as well as how learning takes place.  ABA can be applied to your everyday life but is mostly known for the treatment of Autism.

The goal of this model is to provide your child with the opportunity to practice new skills across different therapeutic environments. Your child will work with a team of therapists from different disciplines including Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, Mental Health, and/or Physical Therapy. In establishing this multi-disciplinary team, we hope to promote generalization and flexibility while allowing children the chance to exhibit their strengths in various settings. 

The Building Blocks program is a Focused-based model.  Focused ABA is a model that services children with 6-25 hours of therapy a week. The focused model approach is geared toward children that do not have as many deficits and only have a few goals to work on. The focused model tends to work more on an incidental teaching approach (also known as natural environment training). 

A comprehensive list of other concerns that we treat:

  • Autism
  • Spina Bifida
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Down Syndrome
  • Brachial Plexus
  • Torticollis/Plagiocephaly
  • Dyslexia/Apraxia of Speech
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Tongue-tie
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Feeding Difficulties
  • Breastfeeding/Lactation

Our therapists specialize in the medical issues that affect children and adolescents, but can also assist parents in preparing for the behavioral and social changes that their children may experience as they get older. We offer a wide range of services that are beyond the routine well-child visits, sick visits, and vaccinations that are part of your child’s primary care.

Ultimately, we want to give every family the resources they need to maintain long-term wellness. The aches, sensations, and feelings that children and adolescents may be experiencing are not often expressed. Trying to figure out what’s wrong with your child when they start acting funny can be a nerve-wracking experience. Every member of our team is available to you at all times should you have a question or concern about your child’s mental, physical, or emotional well-being.

We also provide Telehealth. Due to COVID-19 and adverse weather conditions that can occur, we’ve had a major shift in appointments and some gaps in schedules. We want to make sure each patient is getting the care they deserve. Telehealth is always an option we can provide when applicable.

Contact Us Today

Marshall Pediatric Therapy provides a wide range of outpatient care for children and their families. Our doctors treat patients at various sites throughout the region. We also offer top-notch clinical excellence with clinicians in all disciplines. We do not offer a Pediatric NowCare walk-in clinic that is open late nights or weekends – we are also closed on nights past 6 p.m. and weekends altogether. We are a trusted source for pediatric therapy in Georgetown, Kentucky. Contact us or call Marshall Pediatric Therapy at 502-316-6180 for more information. 

We do have a referral fax line that a pediatrician or doctor’s office can refer to, and that is: 859-224-4675.

Georgetown’s Location: 

117 E. Jefferson Street, 

Georgetown, Kentucky


Primary email address points of contact: *patient referrals or questions surrounding a new patient. This email address is generally contacted by family or directly by a referral source (doctor’s office, clinic, etc.). *prospective hires/volunteers *anything involving marketing/PR/community  partners, non-profits


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3260 Blazer Pkwy Ste 100
Lexington, KY 40509

Georgetown, KY

3450 Richmond Rd #130
Lexington, KY 40509

Tel: 859-327-3033
Fax: 859-224-4675

 8:00AM-6:00PM – Monday-Thursday  
 8:00AM – 5:00PM – Friday
12:00PM- 1:00PM – Closed for Lunch
CLOSED – Saturday-Sunday

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