Services > Physical Therapy

Our physical therapist works with children and their families to assist each child in reaching their maximum potential to function independently and to promote active participation in home, school, and community environments while supporting them in areas of gross motor development and motor planning

Our physical therapist evaluates and treats:

  • Balance and coordination skills

  • Gait patterns 

  • Eye-hand coordination 

  • Bilateral coordination and ball skills

  • Quality of the child's movements such as their pace and gait as they learn to walk

  • Regaining range of motion after an injury or birth trauma

  • Transitioning in to motor patterns such as sitting to crawling, and crawling to walking

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Our physical therapist provides therapeutic services for a variety of disorders that include but are not limited to:

  • Brachial plexus injury

  • Toe walking 

  • Developmental gross motor delays

  • Joint immobility

  • Motor impairments

  • Orthopedic injuries or impairments

  • Muscle tone abnormalities 

  • Strength and endurance challenges

  • Torticollis and plagiocephaly 

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Physical Development – Parent Checklist

If you have any questions about your child’s physical development, browse our parent checklist below and give us a call today.

How can my child begin?

Call us at 928-854-5439.  All therapy services must be recommended and referred through a primary care physician. Once our office receives a doctor’s script and prior authorization (only applicable for certain insurances) we will schedule an intake meeting. During the intake meeting, you will complete all necessary paperwork and schedule your initial evaluation with a therapist. At the evaluation appointment, the therapist will evaluate areas of strengths and needs to determine if on-going services are necessary.