Front Range Pediatric Therapies

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is the practice of improving gross motor skills, strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination to increase a person’s safety and independence in navigating their environments, improve participation in preferred physical activities, or recover from injury. Pediatric physical therapists utilize play-based techniques to engage children and their families in activities that progress toward their therapeutic goals.

Physical Therapists can provide the following services and address the following areas:

  • Comprehensive physical therapy evaluations
  • Parent/Caregiver education within treatment sessions for optimal carryover
  • Development of Home Programs, as needed
  • Collaboration with Prosthetist/Orthotists and Assistive Technology Professionals to provide orthotic and equipment evaluations and recommendations
  • Collaboration with entire care team to provide holistic care program
  • Development of positioning programs and identification of equipment needs for optimal positioning
  • Play-based approach to achieving developmental milestones
  • Gross motor delays
  • Strength deficits
  • Problems with balance, including frequent tripping and falling
  • Poor motor planning and coordination
  • Increased or decreased muscle tone and spasticity
  • Postural abnormalities
  • Abnormal gait, such as toe-walking or in-toeing
  • Cardiovascular and respiratory impairments
  • Decreased endurance
  • Orthopedic injuries or recovery from surgery 

 

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Speech Therapy