Physical Therapy

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Functional mobility is the goal of pediatric Physical Therapy. Treatment may be focused on improving developmental tasks, motor planning, balance, safety and general and eye-hand coordination.

Highly trained Physical Therapists focus on muscle tone, strength, endurance, coordination, balance, body awareness, playground skills, learning new motor tasks, ability to engage in sports and at the earlier ages achievement of motor milestones (i.e. rolling, crawling, walking, etc.). Challenges in any of these areas can impact a child's self-esteem, peer relationships, social development and general ability to master their environment. Our Physical therapists utilize their advanced training and expertise in neurology, neuroanatomy, motor learning, Kinesio Taping, Neurodevelopmental Treatment, orthopedics and development to create individualized treatment plans.

Physical Therapists address a variety of areas including:

- Strengthening
- Coordination
- Toe Walking
- Torticollis
- Cerebral Palsy
- Low Muscle Tone
- Gross Motor Delays
- Balance Training
- Post Concussion Issues
- Scoliosis
- Motor Control/ Motor Learning
- Musculosketal functioning