• coordination
  • motor planning

Occupational Therapy

  • strength
  • muscle tone
Pediatric physical therapy helps children develop the skills they need to move, walk, play, go up and down stairs safely and independently, complete self-care activities, navigate their home and community environments at a greater level of independence and safety, and progress developmentally in the area of gross motor skills.  A child with gross motor difficulties may need to improve their skills in the areas of:



Physical Therapy

  • range of motion
  • posture

Diagnoses commonly seen by physical therapists include:

Cerebral Palsy, CVA, TBI, Genetic Disorders, Spina Bifida, Torticollis, Developmental Delay, Seizure Disorders, Orthopedic problems, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neuromuscular Disorders, Prematurity.

  • endurance
  • balance