Physical therapy concentrates on increasing a child’s mobility, the range of motion and functional motor skills; improving posture and conditioning, and preventing or slowing orthopedic problems.

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Our physical therapists may incorporate treatment options that address some of the following:

  • Upper and Lower Extremity Strength, Tone, Coordination
  • Functional Independence
  • Overall Mobility, Agility and Balance
  • Bone and Joint Injuries
  • Pain Management
  • Muscle Disorders
  • Gait Training (How to Walk)
  • Working with Assistive Devices (i.e. Crutches, Walkers, Wheelchairs)
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation to Improve Proprioception, Joint Mobilization/Compression to Improve Muscle Tone and Therapeutic Activities/Exercises to Improve Strength and Mobility

Possible symptoms to watch for:

  • “Floppy” or “Doughy” Feel to Muscles
  • Excessively Tight Muscles 
  • Difficulty Walking or Abnormality of Gait (such as, Walking on Tiptoes Often or Limping)
  • Arches Back Often 
  • Trips or Falls Often
  • Not Using One Side of the Body
  • Inability to Holding Head up or Leaning Head to One Side
  • Motor Developmental Delay (such as Not Sitting, Walking or Running)