Parents and legal guardians can either fill out our online form or if they prefer using our PDF version available to download where it can printed, fill in and then email or mailed to us before starting in the therapy.
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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy services are designed to promote strong gross motor and balance skills. Therapists, specialized in pediatric therapy, work with families to assist their children in sitting, crawling, walking, running and jumping, as needed.

A Physical Therapist (PT) helps children with physical, developmental or neurological disabilities, musculoskeletal problems or cardiopulmonary diagnoses. Their main emphasis is on impairments of movement that leads to funcitional limitations.

Physical therapists who treat infants and toddlers are specialists trained to treat movement and functional dysfunctions. A primary role by the physical therapist includes enhancing the stimuli and cognitive skills normally provided to the child by play and exploration. This includes assisting the child into several positions and several movements. All with the goal of enhancing the child's development skills, processing and overall learning. Physical therapy may play a critical part in the child's achievement of functional independence and integration into the school system.

Clients Testimony
January 05, 2011 N/A
My two year old son went to the Children's Center after spending a year at another therepy center. The first couple of weeks I saw a difference in my son. Dana, the Director, is amazing. She is not only a great speech pathologist but she also knows about other therapies. After a couple of visits she told me that my son was exhibiting immature hand posture and low muscle tone. She urged me to get an OT and PT evaluation. We found that my son was also significantly delayed in these areas as well. I went to see a Neorologist who within our 20 minute session diagnosed my son with Childhood Apraxia... read more
Posted By Sabrina
August 10, 2010 Bionic Brain Camp
“Our boys made great progress, the training you provided to us at the end as well as the feedback were really helpful. We would like to come back next year”
Posted By One Mom
August 09, 2009 Bionic Brain Camp
“My son made great progress and is thriving in his new class. At the end of last school year it was recommended that he start this school year with a shadow, but now thankfully that is not going to be necessary. He is functioning well in a typical classroom without any additional support.”
Posted By One Mom