Able Kids Pediatric Therapy
Our mission is to provide exceptional quality therapy services in a child's natural environment to maximize their functional mobility and independence.
What sets us apart? Aside from the expertise that comes from years of education and the experience gained from dedicating a career to helping children, Able Kids Pediatric Therapy provides play based physical therapy services to your child in the comfort and convenience of your home. Beyond offering the flexibility to minimize lost time at work and school, we help address the real-world challenges your child faces everyday, in a familiar, comfortable and safe environment.
Dana J. Stehwien, MPT, Director of Able Kids Pediatric Therapy
Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Dana brings more than 20 years of physical therapy experience to her patients. After obtaining her Masters in Physical Therapy (MPT) from the University of Maryland Baltimore in 1997, she spent 8 years working as a Physical Therapist (PT) in the school system setting, assisting children of all ages best access their educational environment. Following her time working in the school system, she then moved on to providing services in both home and outpatient clinic settings in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. In 2012, Dana and her family moved to Bangkok, Thailand. While in Bangkok, Dana volunteered at Baan Feung Fah Orphanage for Disabled Children where she helped children with special needs optimize their functional mobility and overall health. In addition to her volunteer work, she also served as a PT within the U.S. Embassy Medical Unit, serving the adult outpatient population. Upon returning to the U.S. in 2015 and settling in Cincinnati, Dana returned to working exclusively with pediatric patients. Dana is licensed to practice physical therapy in Ohio and Maryland. When not striving to keep her patients happy and healthy, Dana spent time with her family exploring all the wonderful things that southern Ohio has to offer.
In August 2019, Dana and her family moved overseas once again. This time to the Land of the Rising Sun. While in Tokyo, Dana plans to provide services to Americans stationed in Japan.