As your little one develops physically, our physical therapists will guide their movements through therapy and play.

Movement. Possibility.

All of our physical therapists hold DPTs (Doctorates of Physical Therapy). We have a team of five physical therapists who apply a team-based approach to therapy to collaborate, mentor, and teach alongside one another. In addition, our physical therapists consistently build on their treatment skills with continuing education courses in intensive infant handling.

Whether we are focusing on helping your child climb, walk, run, jump or improve fine motor skills, we let play activities guide us. Your child will receive necessary physical therapy in the form of play, giving your child a much needed boost by allowing them to be a child.

As your child progresses, their treatment plan will adjust and progress. We start with basic skills of postural control and progress to more dynamic challenges.

We help infants and toddlers learn to navigate their world by rolling, crawling, then walking. For older children, we work on skills they need to play with peers and take full advantage of their environment by using their bodies to their full potential - jumping on two feet, then one foot, running, then skipping.

We help kids develop the strength and balance needed to be successful by working on:

  • gross motor and fine motor delays

  • generalized muscle strengthening

  • gait training 

  • body awareness

  • coordination skills

  • functional skills such as stairs, 

  • neuromotor reeducation following traumatic injury (spinal cord or brain injury)

  • sports injuries (fractures, strains/sprains)

  • generalized movement and strengthening

We help children with specialized diagnoses such as:

  • torticollis

  • hypotonia

  • plagiocephaly

  • coordination disorders

  • developmental motor delay

  • delayed ambulation 

  • flat foot

  • cerebral palsy

  • spina bifida

  • down syndrome

  • chromosomal abnormalities

  • brachial plexus injuries

  • clubfoot

  • toe walking.