Every child is a unique individual who desires to participate in family, school and community activities. To help a child obtain motor skills necessary for participation in his/her family's daily life, the child's physical therapist must have a clear understanding of the family's goals. Through a collaborative effort between parents, child, and therapist, functional goals are developed. Achieving functional skills is key to a child's successful participation in his/her natural environment.
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Northwest Pediatric Therapies
Helping children succeed through building strong foundations
What We Do
Our pediatric physical therapists work closely with parents and other family members as well as physicians, schools, and daycare providers to identify, evaluate, and establish treatment objectives for children. Pediatric physical therapy helps children improve their ability to perform functional motor activities. Some children may have difficulty developing motor skills and may need to work on improving coordination, balance, muscle strength, physical endurance, and motor planning. We help children regain motor skills following traumatic injuries
Let's give our children roots so they may have wings