Pediatric Therapy | Humboldt County Memorial Hospital


Our pediatric therapy programs help children excel through physical, occupational and speech language therapy.

What can Speech Therapy do for your child?

Speech Therapy benefits children with the following difficulties:
Language delays
Delayed developmental milestones
Pronouncing words correctly
Talking as well as their peers
Reading and writing in school Swallowing
Auditory Processing
Vocal nodules
Other syndromes or disorders affecting communication

What can Physical therapy do for your child?

Physical Therapy benefits children with the following difficulties:
Congenital abnormalities
Difficulty walking
Developmental Delay
Balance issues
Motor skill delays
Poor coordination
Sports strengthening
Sports injuries
Post orthopedic surgery recovery

What can Occupational Therapy do for your child?

Occupational Therapy benefits children with the following difficulties:
Fine Motor Skills
Upper extremity strength
Sensory integration
Hand-eye coordination
Delayed developmental milestones
Dressing skills

Meet our certified Pediatric Therapy Team:


Nick Lantz, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant

Katie Legvold, OTR/L, CLT
Occupational and Lymphedema Therapist

Teresa Reinig-Olesch, PT
Physical Therapist

Michele Busch, M.A.,CCC-SLP,LSVT
Speech Language Pathologist

Karla Rassmussen, BA, COTA/L
Occupational Therapy

Tanya List, OT, Therapy Director
1000 15th Street North, Humboldt, IA 50548
Phone (515) 332-7631 | Fax (515) 332-7620