Physical Therapy for Kids

Help your child develop healthy physical movement and range of motion.


Have you been asking yourself, “Does my child need physical therapy?" Maybe he isn’t sitting up or she isn’t rolling over. As a parent, worrying about your child’s well-being comes naturally. If you have these concerns for your child, a child development evaluation can determine if pediatric physical therapy is the right option.
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Help your child develop healthy physical movement and range of motion.


Have you been asking yourself, “Does my child need physical therapy?" Maybe he isn’t sitting up or she isn’t rolling over. As a parent, worrying about your child’s well-being comes naturally. If you have these concerns for your child, a child development evaluation can determine if pediatric physical therapy is the right option.
Request an Evaluation

Common Physical Therapy Questions

Looking for therapy for a child who is not walking, crawling, etc.?


Some children experience developmental delays, meaning something causes their physical development to be delayed. While some children grow out of their delays, others require therapy to help them reach their full potential. Our pediatric physical therapy center in Lafayette, Indiana has everything your child needs to succeed.

Does my child need physical therapy?


It goes without saying that your child’s physical abilities are vital to his or her potential. If you suspect your child is behind on physical development, pediatric physical therapy might be the answer.

A child development evaluation can help you determine if physical therapy could be helpful. Together, we’ll work with you and your child to learn more about what could be causing a physical developmental delay. From there, we can develop a plan of action.

How does pediatric physical therapy help my child?


Physical therapy for kids who are not walking, crawling, or moving properly involves assisting your child through a pattern of healthy activities that will improve their physical movement and range of motion. We’ve been working with kids in the Lafayette, Indiana area since 1993 and have developed exercises and activities to help children of all ages improve their physical function.
 

Do you have questions about your child’s physical development?


As a parent, you’re naturally going to have concerns about your child’s physical development. Instead of worrying, you can remove any uncertainty by following these steps:

1. Request a child development evaluation.


2. Work with a therapist to complete the assessment.


3. Receive a written Plan of Care with our recommendations for what to do next.

Do you have questions about your child’s physical development?


As a parent, you’re naturally going to have concerns about your child’s physical development. Instead of worrying, you can remove any uncertainty by following these steps:

1. Request a child development evaluation.


2. Work with a therapist to complete the assessment.


3. Receive a written Plan of Care with our recommendations for what to do next.