Physical Therapy - National Therapy Center

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Physical Therapy

Help Them Grow

Physical therapy is instrumental in helping children that have experienced developmental delays, birth defects, or injury and illness. Our team of “PTs” work one-on-one with each child to help them build muscle tone, strength, coordination, endurance, and other gross motor skills. They work with other therapists to create an individualized treatment plan to ensure growth and success.We understand how important it is for parents to be involved with their child’s care. Our methods focus on involving family members and other individuals in the child’s environment to help them learn the most effective ways to thrive and succeed.
Why it matters

The Importance of Early Intervention

When it comes to treating children with physical delays, early evaluation and intervention is vital to the success of the treatment. Children who receive appropriate education and support at key developmental stages are more likely to gain essential skills and successfully overcome challenges. Creating targeted treatment plans at the earliest possible age can make a huge difference in the academic and social life of your child.At National Therapy Center, we offer a full range of EI physical therapy services to help you give your child their best possible chance at success.

Apraxia

Birth defects

Brachial plexus injuries

Cerebral Palsy

Developmental delays

Genetic disorders

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Head injuries

Hypotonia/ low muscle tone

Joint stiffness

Muscular Dystrophy

Orthopedic disabilities or injuries

Spina Bifida

Sports injuries

Toe walking

Torticollis

Vestibular Dysfunction

Physical Teletherapy

To ensure that your child will receive the care they need when they need it, we offer teletherapy services to all of our physical therapy patients.

Physical Teletherapy

To ensure that your child will receive the care they need when they need it, we offer teletherapy services to all of our physical therapy patients.

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