Neurodevelopmental Therapy Services: Pediatric Therapy in Houston, Texas

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“Heavy Work” Activity Ideas

“Heavy Work” Activity Ideas Many children benefit from performing “heavy work” activities in order to help them with body awareness, coordination, and regulation. “Heavy work” activities involve using muscles for pushing and pulling, and ideally involve enough repetition and weight to lead to muscle fatigue. […]

Tips for Bedtime Bliss

Tips for Bedtime Bliss Here are some suggestions to improve the bedtime routine and success in your home. Establish up a nighttime routine and follow it daily: Heavy work and movement activities throughout the day and after dinner, then quiet/calming activities before bed. Take a […]

Neurodevelopmental Therapy Services, Inc.

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Neurodevelopmental Therapy Services, Inc. (NTS) has two private outpatient therapy clinics in the Houston, Texas area (Northwest Houston and Katy). We offer Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech & Language Pathology services to our primarily pediatric clients. Additionally, we offer Massage Therapy services at our Northwest Houston clinic, and Aquatic Therapy at our Katy clinic.

We also offer therapeutic summer camps at both clinic locations. Our clinics are large and well-equipped with therapeutic equipment, and our experienced therapists regularly take continuing education courses to stay up-to-date on best practice therapeutic interventions. NTS is in-network with many private insurance companies. 

As we turn disabilities into abilities, it is our goal to make a difference in the lives of our clients by helping them to reach their fullest potential. By working as a team, we utilize the best approaches for each individual’s needs, involve the family as much as possible, and never forget that children are our gift.

For more information, please visit, or call the Northwest Houston clinic at 713-466-6872, or the Katy clinic at 281-392-4221. We look forward to hearing from you!

Oral Input Activities

Oral Input Activities   Some parents complain that their children chew on their shirt collars, chew on their pencils, chew on the seatbelt in the car, lick objects frequently, are aversive to brushing their teeth, drool, refuse to get their face dirty, or don’t notice when […]

What Is Pediatric Occupational Therapy?

What is Occupational Therapy? We just finished celebrating Occupational Therapy month in April! Occupational Therapy (OT) may help children improve their ability to fully participate in daily activities. Here are a few questions you can think about to determine whether your child may benefit from […]