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Physical Therapy (PT)

and its role in development


We address how the muscles function and coordinate, which will help your child perform everyday tasks such as walking, running, and achieving good posture. For babies, this includes rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking.

Our therapists are specialized in therapeutic handling based on developmental kinesiology. We work directly with the child as well as with you to provide suggestions on activities, toys, and positions. In doing so, this will help your child move and explore his or her environment while encouraging proper alignment and promoting development. Early PT will prevent future injury, health risks, and pain in the later years of life.

Improve Strength & Orthotics Training

Increase Flexibility & Body Awareness

Enhance Balance, Posture & Gait

Common conditions that we address with Physical Therapy

»  Dislike of tummy time
»  Torticollis (Tilted Neck and/or Head)
»  Plagiocephaly (Skull Flattening)
»  Abnormal muscle tone
»  Prematurity
»  Neurological deficits/brain injuries

»  Genetic disorders/syndromes
»  Delayed milestones or asymmetry
»  Difficulty breathing
»  Frequent respiratory illness
»  Complaints of pain (joint/spine)
»  Poor motor coordination

»  High frequency of falls
»  Toe-in/toe-out walking
»  Walking on Toes
»  Poor balance
»  Scoliosis

Let’s Work Together

If any of the above symptoms or conditions sound familiar to you or you have concerns about your child, please contact our office or your pediatrician. Ask for a referral to one of our Physical Therapy specialists.

Plan For Your Visit


We work with a variety of insurances so we can help your child receive high-quality care.

Please give our office a call with concerns regarding in and out-of-network benefits.


If you have concerns about your child's development progress, please contact our office or your pediatrician and ask for a referral to one of our specialists.


All questions regarding your child's wellbeing are valid. Make notes on any concerns you might have and we will give all the answers.

Explore All Therapies

Physical Therapy

We will address  strength, flexibility, body awareness, balance, posture, gait, and orthotics training.

Occupational Therapy

Enhance sensory processing, bilateral integration, attention, handwriting, and feeding abilities.

Speech Therapy

Fine-tune speech sounds, language, literacy, social communication, voice, fluency and cognitive communication.

Feeding Therapy

We work with a variety of behaviors from bottling to refusing food or difficulty chewing to help your child thrive.