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Pediatric Rehab

Pediatric Rehab

Pediatric physical therapy includes the evaluation and treatment of children ages 0-21 years to maximize functional independence, facilitate motor development, improve strength and endurance, and increase participation in the home, school, and community environments. The evaluation may include assessment of mobility, neuromotor development, use of assistive technology, muscle and joint function, cardiopulmonary status, and posture and balance. Physical therapists who practice in pediatrics collaborate with the family to promote development and implement an individualized intervention program for the child.

Health Conditions

The following health conditions are commonly treated by physical therapists specializing in the area of neurology:

The following health conditions are commonly treated by physical therapists specializing in the area of neurology:

Cerebral Palsy
Coordination Disorders
Developmental Disorders
Down Syndrome
Orthopedic Injuries
Neurologic Impairments
Spina Bifida
Sports-Related Injuries
Torticollis