Physical Therapy for Children
Improving abilities and independence
Our pediatric physical therapists help children develop gross motor skills to improve functional abilities and independence. This includes assessing and making recommendations for therapeutic equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs and orthotics in order to help a child interact with his world. Our treatment plan is tailored for the specific needs of each child and may address:
Gross motor skill development
Balance and coordination skills
Walking and mobility skills
Trunk and extremity strength and control
Fitness and aquatics (pool therapy and swimming)
Wheelchair and therapeutic equipment consultation
We use many different techniques, including innovative new therapies such as Intensive Therapy, IM Gait Mate , WAVE, sensory-motor gyms, Interactive Metronome and Stiwell Med4. Our physical therapists also teach families home activities that enhance therapy sessions.
Please call 763-520-0494 or email@example.com to speak with the Pediatric Care Navigator.
Getting Started with Therapy
Please call one of the following locations or contact our pediatric care navigator at 763-520-0494.
Forest Lake: 651-464-5235
Golden Valley: 763-588-0811
See our Locations page for maps and directions.
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