Physical Therapy for Injuries
Physical Therapy focuses on helping children with a variety of disabilities by addressing mobility and stability issues. Physical therapy encourages age appropriate gross motor skills (sitting, crawling, cruising, walking, jumping, stair climbing, etc.). This is achieved through the use of home programs, exercise, therapeutic activities, modalities/assistive devices and functional tasks. Functional goals are developed with the child, parents, and caregivers to assist the client with becoming an active and independent participant in their surroundings. The physical therapist can also assist with evaluating and obtaining appropriate adaptive equipment that will encourage the attainment of a child or adult’s functional goals. The physical therapy program is coordinated with other team members including their primary physician, specialists (orthopedists, neurologists), school programs, and other rehab professionals (occupational and speech therapy) to develop a comprehensive care plan. We think you’ll find our professional and friendly staff of physical therapists willing to help meet your goals.
Our State Licensed and Master’s trained therapists provide therapy and treatment for developmental delays with gross motor skills, range of motion, balance and coordination due to a variety of diagnoses including Down syndrome, torticollis, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, neurological disorders and others.
Also treating adults and sports injuries.