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Therapy Services

The St. Louis Children's Hospital Department of Therapy Services provides occupational, physical, and speech therapy within an individualized state-of-the-art model of care in conjunction with world class physicians and medical practices.

As a highly trained pediatric team with an international reputation for excellence, we utilize a widely accessible, family-centered, collaborative approach. Families trust and rely on us to fulfill their needs and to take care of their children as if they were our own. The staff tailors therapy to each child's developmental stage and individual needs for the most effective results.

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Joe Buck Imaging Center

The Joe Buck Imaging Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital is dedicated to reducing radiation exposure for pediatric patients who receive imaging services. To accomplish this, we follow national guidelines to keep radiation dose as low as reasonably possible - it's our commitment. At the Joe Buck Imaging Center, you'll find:

  • Pediatric radiologists and technologists specially-trained in pediatric imaging so that your child gets the right test as quickly and accurately as possible.
  • Child-sized radiation doses. Every imaging test is individualized to deliver the lowest radiation dose possible.
  • Flash CT technology, a pediatric CT scan which uses up to 75% less radiation than a standard adult CT.
  • A dose reduction team, continually monitoring exposure and looking for ways to preserve the benefits of medical imaging and reduce its risk.
  • Collaboration with your child's primary care provider to select the safest, most appropriate imaging test.

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More about the Sibling Playroom

- Call 314.454.2269 to check availability
- M-F: 9-noon, 1-4 p.m., 5-8 p.m.
- Sat.: 9-noon, 1-4 p.m.
- Sun.: 1-4 p.m.
- For siblings of inpatients ages 2-11
- Parents or caregivers (18 years or older) must bring the child and present a photo ID in order to check the child into the Sibling Playroom.
- Please remain on hospital premises while child is in playroom.
- Inpatients are welcome to go to the 8th floor playroom!

The Sibling Playroom is located on the lower level (LL) behind the dining area of the cafeteria.

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