Does my child need Physical Therapy?

Children who could benefitt from our services may:

  • Holds head tilted to the same side most of the time
  • Has difficulty holding head up
  • Dislikes being on tummy
  • Has Flattened head on one side or the other
  • Has trouble holding the bottle
  • Is unable to hold body up while held on adult’s hip
  • Does not crawl forward while on tummy
  • Prefers to creep with one leg up and the other down
  • Does not kick legs equally
  • Rolls in one direction
  • Has stiff arms and/or legs
  • Is not reaching developmental milestones
  • Walks on toes frequently
  • Slaps feet when walking
  • Has difficulty maintaining posture
  • Is clumsy
  • Is unable to sit still
  • Has weak muscles
  • Is unable to ride a bike
  • Has poor balance
  • Has poor coordination
  • Is unaware of safety precautions
  • Is unable to keep up with peers

Our Pediatric Therapists have a passion for children, working to develop each child’s abilities.

Diagnoses and treatments include the following:

  • Gross motor development
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Torticollis
  • Erb’s Palsy
  • Spina Bi?da
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Prematurity
  • Developmental delays
  • Genetic syndromes
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Autistic Spectrum

Physical therapists promote strength, balance, coordination, improved range of motion and developmental progression through:

  • Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT)
  • Motor learning
  • Motor Control
  • Strengthening programs
  • Parent education/training
  • Developmental therapy
  • Custom orthotics
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Pre-gait and gait training
  • Specialty programs include:
  • Suit erapy/erasuit
  • PedFit
  • Sensory Processing/Integration
  • Torticollis Program
  • Therapeutic Listening
  • How Does Your Engine Run?
  • The Alert Program
  • Yoga for Kids
  • Handwriting Without Tears