We provide pediatric physiotherapy services to infant and school-aged children with physical needs.
Assessment and treatment are available for suspected or diagnosed:
Motor activities or skills require our muscles, nerves and brain to work together in harmony. Gross motor skills involve the bigger muscles in the body doing movements such as rolling, walking, and biking.
Children’s orthopedic needs are unique because their bodies are still growing. Our therapists are trained and have extensive experience working with children.
Torticollis means “twisted neck” and plagiocephaly means “twisted skull”, from the Latin language. An infant with torticollis typically will have a head tilting to one side with its chin rotated slightly to the opposite side.
This condition refers to the symptoms experienced after a concussion, which is a mild brain injury. Normally these symptoms can persist for 2-4 weeks after the initial injury.
While the cause is still unclear, some children experience difficulties with skills like planning and organizing a motor task (like jumping or biking), or learning a more complex task (like catching or kicking a ball).
It is normal to reach developmental milestones at our own pace but infants and children should be able to do certain skills by a certain age.
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200 Prescott St.