The football draft just completed and the season is right around the corner. And while it may not seem like it now, summer is almost here. All of this means children are and will be interested in getting out there and participating in organized contact sports. But what about the risks of a concussion or […]
About Rebecca Cohen
Rebecca Cohen is a licensed physical therapist (DPT) with experience and a passion for working with the pediatric population. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Illinois at Chicago and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Touro College School of Health Sciences in New York. Before joining North Shore Pediatric Therapy, Rebecca interned at Beth Osten & Associated Pediatric Therapy and at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, where she treated pediatric patients with a wide range needs. Most recently, Rebecca worked at Athletico Physical Therapy in Chicago.
Rebecca’s passion for working with children extends back as far as she can remember. Rebecca has a niece and nephew, and many young cousins, whom she loves being around and caring for.
Rebecca believes her work with the pediatric population is extremely important and rewarding because of the effect it has not only on her patients but on the child’s entire family. When she is not treating patients, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and rooting for the Chicago Bears, Blackhawks and Bulls!
Getting your child off the couch and active can be challenging. With video games and iPads, it can be hard to pry your child away from the screens. But what if the screens can work for you? There are many video games on various systems that get your body moving, heart rate up, and can […]