Pediatric Rehabilitation Services

From left, patient ambassador Kael Adams and Meg Rush, MD, join Jenny Barker and Taryn Anderson of the Junior League of Nashville to unveil the new history wall in Children’s Hospital showcasing the Junior League’s extensive support over the past century.

New Junior League gift celebrates 100 years of support

With a “give-it-your all attitude,” Heather Winters is devoted to helping children reach their full potential

As a pediatric occupational therapist, Winters is always thinking how she can better serve the children she encounters each day.

Vicki Scala, MS, OTR/L, CNT, left, and Amy Darrow, PT, DPT, CPST, CNT, are certified neonatal therapists at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Certified neonatal therapists address babies’ special needs

Certified neonatal therapists are not common, as there are only approximately 500 of these specialized professionals in the world. Fortunately, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt has two on staff.

High Five camp helps strengthen weakened hands, arms

Jack Lowman pulls his plate closer to the table’s edge so that his goldfish and apple slices — his camp snack — are closer to him. With his left hand, he paws at a goldfish, and once able to pinch it with his fingers, draws it slowly toward his mouth.

Stark to direct rehab services at Children’s Hospital

Stacy Stark, D.O., has been named medical director of Pediatric Rehabilitation Services at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. She is also assistant professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R).