Pediatric physical therapy focuses on the evaluation and treatment of children with conditions that affect their movement, motor development, and body function, and assists them in achieving their maximum potential for participation in the home, school, and community.

Benefits and Usage

• Improves strength
• Improves flexibility
• Improves range of motion
• Improves postural control
• Improves positioning
• Improves balance
• Improves mobility
• Improves hand-eye coordination
• Improves foot-eye coordination
• Develops gross motor skills
• Increases independence

 

Types of Services

Universal Exercise Unit

The Universal Exercise Unit is a device that resembles a cage. It contains a system of pulleys, ropes, and weights.

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Spider Therapy

Spider Therapy is utilized with the Universal Exercise Unit in conjunction with a belt and bungee cords.

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Neuro-Developmental Treatment

Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT), also known as the Bobath Method, is a specialized hands-on technique used by highly trained therapists to develop and enhance total body functioning.

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Freedom Concepts™
& Rifton® Tricycles

Tricycle training is a fun and therapeutic activity that allows a child to experience overall fitness.

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Partial Weight Bearing Training

An onsite 25-foot ceiling track is utilized with a harness to support the child while crawling or walking while on the floor or a treadmill.

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Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES), also referred to as Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES), is a device that uses electrodes placed on the skin to cause muscle contraction.

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WE RESTORE THE BODY. WE CONNECT THE MIND. WE NURTURE THE SPIRIT.

WE RESTORE THE BODY.

WE CONNECT THE MIND.

WE NURTURE THE SPIRIT.