Pediatric Physical Therapy (PT) in Texas

Pediatric Physical Therapy (PT)

THERAPY 2000’s highly trained pediatric Physical Therapists (PTs) help children reach their full potential by working with each child and family to design and implement an individualized PT program.

Pediatric Physical Therapy (PT)

According to the American Physical Therapy Association, “Pediatric physical therapy promotes independence, increases participation, facilitates motor development and function, improves strength and endurance, enhances learning opportunities, and eases challenges with daily caregiving.”

Pediatric PTs are specially trained to work with children with a variety of movement and neurological disorders. These include cerebral palsy, down syndrome, developmental delay, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, torticollis, genetic disorders and more.

Pediatric physical therapy in the home or natural environment can enhance your child’s independence and participation through functional activities that address:

  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Positioning
  • Gross motor skills / developmental milestones
  • Transfers (getting from one position to another)
  • Mobility skills (crawling, walking, running, hopping)
  • Play skills (ball skills & interaction with other age-appropriate toys)

Get Pediatric Physical Therapy for your child by contacting us here or calling us at 877-688-2520Click here to submit a Pediatric Physical Therapy referral.

Feel free to ask any questions over the phone, or get in touch via our contact form below. Your message will be dispatched directly to our staff who will answer as soon as they can.

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Pediatric Occupational Therapy (OT)

The focus of Pediatric OT treatment is to facilitate and empower the child and family to achieve the highest level of functional independence possible.

Pediatric Speech Therapy (SLP)

Enable a child to reach his or her full potential by implementing an individualized pediatric speech therapy programs to address developmental delays and articulation disorders to enable them to speak clearly to others.