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Physical Therapists

Specially trained professional therapists who have


What do they do?

Physical therapists work with children to help them develop and strengthen their gross motor skills. Physical therapists address a variety of needs, which may include:

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When to seek help?

A referral may be necessary if your child:

  • Is not meeting the expected developmental milestones (e.g., rolling, sitting, standing, walking)
  • Has a strong preference for turning their head to one side or using one side of their body
  • Has difficulty crossing midline (i.e., the center of the body)
  • Walks up on the balls of their feet or walks in an atypical/awkward manner.
  • Appears weak or tires easily
  • Has difficulty keeping up with their peers during play
  • Appears clumsy or uncoordinated
  • Is unable to perform the same gross motor tasks (e.g., hopping, jumping, skipping) as their peers
  • Has difficulty completing new movement activities
  • Frequently trips and/or falls
  • Complains of pain when performing gross motor tasks
  • Was injured and is not able to perform at their prior level of function

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Contact us today for additional information or to schedule an evaluation or services.