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  Physical Therapy  

Pediatric physical therapy promotes children’s participation in mobility, play and other activities at home, school and in the community. Physical therapy may address strength, balance, body awareness, ease of movement and postural control to improve performance with tasks such as rolling, crawling, walking or climbing stairs.

Physical therapy can also address gross motor development in infants and young children to help them achieve their motor milestones.

Our pediatric physical therapists are trained to work with the following areas:

  Cerebral palsy
  Decreased motor control
  Developmental delay
  Difficulty maintaining balance
  Difficulty walking or climbing stairs
  Difficulty with gross motor play such as running, jumping, and ball skills
  Frequent tripping or falling
  Hemiplegia (paralysis on one side of the body)
  High muscle tone or spasticity
  Hypotonia (low muscle tone)
  Lacking symmetry with posture or movement
  Poor strength
  Toe walking
  Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA)
  Neuromuscular disorders such as muscular dystrophy and spinal muscle atrophy
  Orthopedic conditions
  Sports injuries