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If your child is suffering from a speech-related issue, schedule a free 30-minute speech therapy screening with our child development specialists!

Pediatric

After a thorough evaluation, our therapist will create a customized therapy plan tailored to accomplish your child’s unique therapeutic goals.  It will include the right combination of strategies, including exercises, games, equipment, tools and modalities, and home activities the whole family can participate in.  We may also be able to make other types of recommendations for their school and adaptive equipment or devices a necessary.

The key to pediatric physical therapy, as with therapy in general, is to challenge your child while fostering a warm and welcoming environment. Your child thus develops skills while having fun at the same time.  When these two aspects of therapy remain in balance with each other, your child is able to make sustained progress toward goals and ultimately your child will maximize his/her potential.

​How do I know if my child may need physical therapy?  Can my child benefit from physical therapy?  These are the two most common questions we receive from parents.  There is no clear answer, but there are some indicators to look out for:

  • Your child complains of pain or difficulty when performing gross motor tasks.

  • Your child frequently walks up on the balls of their feet (tip toe walk) or walks in an awkward manner.

  • Your child is unable or has difficulty performing gross motor tasks such as rolling, sitting, crawling, or walking in the younger population; and jumping, running, or skipping in the older population.

  • Your child falls and trips often when walking.

  • As an infant, your child may have a strong preference for turning or tilting their head to one side.

  • Your child neglects or has difficulty using one side of their body while consistently using their dominant preferred side.

  • Expected developmental milestones are not met during your child’s first year of life. This can include, rolling, sitting, crawling, or standing independently.

  • Your child has difficulty keeping up with their peers during play.

  • The child was injured or underwent a surgical procedure and is now unable to perform at his/her prior level of function.

We offer bilingual Spanish speech therapy sessions as well.

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Feel comfortable putting your trust in the hands of our therapists which have helped thousands of families just like yours for nearly 30 years. Schedule today!

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Monday: 08:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
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