As your little one develops physically, our physical therapist will guide their movements through therapy and play.
Whether we are focusing on helping your child climb, walk, run, or jump or improve fine motor skills, we let play guide us, giving them a boost while allowing your child to be a child while getting therapy.
As your child progresses, their treatment plan will progress. We start with basic skills of postural control in static sitting and standing, then progress to more dynamic challenges. You will see your child learn how to stand on two feet then progress to standing on one foot. It’s then on to hopping on one foot once they develop the strength and balance that are needed to be successful.
We also work on gross motor and fine motor delays, neuromotor reeducation following traumatic injury (spinal cord or brain injury), sports injuries (fractures, strains/sprains), and generalized strengthening.
We help children with specialized diagnoses, including: torticollis, plagiocephaly, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, down syndrome, chromosomal abnormalities, brachial plexus injuries, clubfoot, and toe walking.