Our physical therapists first evaluate how your child is moving and functioning. They then create a treatment plan to improve physical abilities, fitness, and overall wellness. The physical therapist may also recommend splinting and casting, bracing/orthotics, wheelchair and seating, and adaptive equipment.
Each step of physical therapy helps patients improve in areas that include:
- Muscle strength and flexibility
- Postural stability
- Joint mobility
- Coordination and balance
We provide a wide range of services for children and teens with conditions that include:
- Developmental delays
- Neurodevelopmental impairments
- Fractures, strains and sprains
- History of premature birth
- Pervasive developmental disabilities
- Congenital anomalies
- Multiple trauma
- Sensory processing and learning disabilities
- Genetic disorders
- Cardiopulmonary disease
- Spinal cord injury
- Head injury
- Athletic Injuries
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