The physical therapy team works on all motor (movement) impairments including development delays, genetic diagnosis, neurological issues, short-term rehabilitation, pediatric orthopedic and sports injuries, torticollis and plagiocephaly, balance and coordination impairments, independent mobility, power mobility, tone management, postural issues, as well as orthotics and prosthetics. Physical therapy focuses on important motor skills of the developing child or young adult such as balance, strength, coordination, and walking. They support trials to identify special adaptive equipment to support in exploring their environments.
Through collaboration and our continuum of services, we utilize a team approach in order to provide individualized and person-centered services. For individuals receiving Physical Therapy, the following departments and services are vital components of this continuum.
Our professionals are educated and trained to evaluate and treat children with speech, language and swallowing problems. The speech therapy team will focus on developmental areas including talking, understanding, social interactions and engagement as well as address feeding and swallowing problems.