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Pediatric Physical Therapy

The Pediatric Physical Therapists work to optimize function at home and in the community. They work with children and young adults with medical and/or developmental disabilities. They are specialized in providing services for:

  • Gross Motor
    • Addressing mobility and balance skills
  • Joint Mobility
    • Soft tissue mobility and functional joint motion
  • Neuromuscular
    • Muscle recruitment
    • Strength
    • Power generation
    • Endurance
    • Gradation of movements
  • Adaptive Equipment
    • Wheeled mobility
    • Assistive devices for walking and standing
    • Self-care skills
  • Biomechanical Alignment
    • Serial casting
    • Splinting
    • Fabrication of molds for orthotics
  • Post-Surgical Intervention
    • Rehab techniques utilizing the above areas
Last Updated: 06-16-2016
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