A feeding disorder occurs when an infant or child has difficulty eating or refusing to eat. Feeding problems can be a result of underlying medical complications, but can also be related to hidden sensory and/or behavioral issues. Symptoms of a feeding disorder may include: refusal, swallowing difficulty, taking a long time to eat /drink, vomiting, choking, gagging, behavioral problems during mealtimes, and also a "picky" eater. Lowcountry Therapy Center conducts feeding evaluations using a multi-disciplinary team approach that involves an occupational therapist and also a speech-language pathologist.
Lowcountry Therapy Center has the therapy, treatment, and rehabilitation solutions to any feeding problems your loved ones may be experiencing. Please call or contact us today for information on our therapy & treatment methods.