Pediatric Physical Therapy is Focused on Developmental Skills for Children

The goal of pediatric physical therapy is to help children achieve their maximum potential for functional independence, mobility, and overall quality of life.

Why is Pediatric Physical Therapy Important?

The importance of pediatric physical therapy lies in its ability to address a wide range of issues that can affect a child’s physical development and function. This therapy can benefit children with conditions such as cerebral palsy, developmental coordination disorder, torticollis, Down syndrome, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, and more.

Benefits of Pediatric Physical Therapy

  • Improved Motor Skills
  • Improved Strength
  • Improved Balance and Coordination
  • Improved Ability to Participate in Daily Activities, School, and Recreational Pursuits
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Early Intervention and Tailored Therapy Can Have a Lasting Impact.

By addressing these challenges during childhood, pediatric physical therapy can have a positive and lasting impact on a child’s lifelong well-being and functional independence.

Locations of Service:

  • Jerseyville
  • Hardin

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