Physical Therapy

Early Intervention physical therapy aims to support families as they help their child learn how to move their body. Physical therapists promote the achievement of big body movements such as rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking, jumping and more. With a strong foundation in movement science, physical therapists are trained in identifying target areas to work on in order to achieve specific motor milestones. Common targeted areas for intervention include strengthening, coordination, balance, and/or movement planning, with the goal of supporting children as they explore and learn through play. In a true transdisciplinary fashion, our therapists are also trained to observe and promote growth in other areas of development as well including fine motor movements with their hands, skills related to learning, communication, and social interactions.