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Physical Therapy can be of benefit to your child if he/she demonstrates or is diagnosed with any of the following :

  • Muscular Dystrophy

  • Down Syndrome

  • Spina Bifida

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Stroke

  • Torticolis (Head Tilt)

  • Prematurity

  • Delays in developmental milestones

  • Hypotonia (weakness, low tone)

  • Hypertonia (tightness, high tone)

  • Gross motor incoordination

  • Motor planning difficulties

  • Gait difficulties

  • Orthopedic concerns

  • Neurological problems

25 years of combined experience

Your children are very special to you and we want you to know that they are just as special to us.

Catered to special needs population

Experienced Physical Therapists

Working with neighboring hospitals

Physical Therapy services for children help improve the following:

  • Range of motion/flexibility

  • Strength - strength against gravity

  • Balance - ability to maintain balance (tilting and righting responses), protective responses and coordination.

  • Reflexes - automatic responses seen particularly in infants (palmar grasp, positive support, asymmetrical tonic neck reflex [ATNR] and labyrinthine)

  • Posture - alignment of the body in various positions

  • Tone - natural resistance in a muscle (decrease muscle stiffness/spasticity or improve low muscle tone/floppiness)

  • Developmental milestones, such as rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking, etc.

Physical Therapy

Leaps and Bounds Pediatric Rehabilitation Center provides Physical Therapy to children in order to improve their balance, coordination and gross motor skills such as rolling, crawling, sitting, standing ,walking, running and jumping. Our fully licensed and experienced physical therapists work with the child and the family to assess the current functioning level and create an individualized plan to help your child achieve the best results. Using carefully planned specific gross motor tasks, the therapist creates a treatment plan focused on promoting developmental skills.  All of our therapists (physical, speech, and occupational) work together as well as with the family members to provide therapy activities/ideas that can be used in our facility and at home in order to optimize results. Families are provided with a custom made, individualized Home Exercise Program that your child can practice daily at home with their caregivers to achieve optimal progress.

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