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Physical Therapy

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Those who benefit from PT may present with a variety of conditions, ranging from acute injuries to a long-term illness and/or disability

  • Post-surgical rehabilitation

  • Orthopedic injuries

  • Scoliosis

  • Torticollis

  • Toe Walking

  • Gross Motor Delay

  • Developmental Delay

Who Benefits?

Physical Therapy
May Address:

  • Motor Control

  • Motor Learning

  • Neurodevelopmental Treatment

  • Manual Therapy

  • Strengthening

  • Gait Training

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What is Physical Therapy?

Pediatric Physical Therapy (PT) supports individuals from infancy through their teenage years with their mobility, independence, and pain management. Physical therapists help kids get moving, playing, and performing physical activities. Therapists work with orthotics and specialized equipment to develop motor skills each child's maximum potential, step by step in a fun, engaging, playful manner.

At Play OnWords, we assess each child’s unique needs and create a treatment plan that targets areas in need of improvement using play-based activities. 

Success of a child includes caregiver support

At POW we place high value in caregiver participation of all therapeutic plans. Therefore, we make sure that the parents and caregivers have the information and resources to carry over therapeutic activities in the home. 

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