Pediatric physical therapists treat conditions related to genetic, neurological and orthopedic disorders in babies, toddlers, children and teens.

Our pediatric physical therapists will assess any concern you may have as well as your child’s:

  • Gross-Motor Development
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Walking and Posture
  • Muscle Tone
  • Range of Motion

Some conditions to look for when considering physical therapy for your child:

  • Torticollis: In infants, head is tilted to one side due to tightness of the neck muscle
  • Delays in gross motor development: Rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking
  • Asymmetrical body use: child favors use of one leg/arm/etc. over the other
  • Abnormal or poor posture
  • Limited or excessive joint mobility
  • Floppiness or stiffness in muscle tone
  • Difficulty with balance and coordination
  • Excessive clumsiness
  • Awkward jumping or running patterns
  • Toe walking
  • Genetic disorders
  • Walking difficulties

Pediatric therapy is directed at allowing children to play and communicate at an age-appropriate level. Our therapists are passionate about play and strive to make each session fun so that your child will get the most out of his or her therapy time.