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Pediatric Physical Therapy focuses on promoting and enhancing the physical development, motor skills, mobility, and overall physical well-being of children. Pediatric physical therapists work with children who have a wide range of conditions, injuries, or disabilities that affect their movement and physical abilities.


Physical Therapy is for a child who:

Has developmental delays, children with neurological conditions, suffers from orthopedic conditions or injuries, has genetic disorders, or struggles with coordination & balance.

If your child meets any of the criteria listed below, they may benefit from seeing a physical therapist:

  • Suffered an injury (sports-related or not)

  • Experiencing developmental delays (e.g., not walking at an age when they should be)

  • Not hitting the CDC's milestones

  • Having a genetic disorder, such as Down syndrome

  • Having a neurological condition, such as cerebral palsy

  • At a high risk of falling due to gait or balance disorders


How do we help?

Physical Therapists can help children with mobility difficulties, developing their gross motor skills, or orthopedic conditions. Our PT’s focus is for children to be as mobile as possible in their lives, and address anything that may impact a child’s movement, posture, or body alignment.

Here are some of the ways that physical therapy can help children:

  • Strengthens and increases flexibility

  • Helps children achieve developmental milestones, such as rolling over, sitting up, grabbing, crawling and walking

  • Improves balance and coordination

  • Assists in the development of crucial life skills, such as walking downstairs or sitting down or up from a chair

  • Teaches children how to use adaptive equipment, such as wheelchairs and walkers

  • Aids in pain management and injury recovery

  • Improves posture

  • Educates parents on their child’s musculoskeletal health

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