Movement is vital for children’s physical and mental growth, general health and overall well-being. Physiotherapists specialise in assessing, identifying and treating movement challenges. They help children of all ages acquire, and refine, the skills to move so that they can participate and play to the best of their abilities.
Physiotherapy helps children with developmental, neurological or genetic differences such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and autism.They also help children with rehabilitation after injury, orthopaedic conditions, torticollis, muscular dystrophy and spinal cord injury.
We Help Children With
Joint range of motion
Posture and balance
Mobility and gait
Muscle strength and tone
Post surgery rehabilitation
What does Physiotherapy support look like?
Our intervention begins by gathering information and comprehensively assessing a child’s physical needs. Therapy intervention is playful and fun with the child actively participating in rewarding activities whenever possible. Based on our assessment findings, support may include:
Individualized therapy: this follows a plan of action based on functional goals that are clearly stated and reviewed regularly.
Recommendations for accommodations in school and at home that support a child’s mobility needs.
Advice regarding activities that will encourage a child’s physical development.
Assessment for, and the prescription of walking aids and joint consultations with Occupational Therapists to make recommendations for seating solutions and wheelchairs.
- 9 Years Experience -
- 6 Years Experience -
Why Choose Us?
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Fees start at $210+ (per session)
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