OSR Physical Therapy provides pediatric physical therapy to children of all ages who need support in developing and improving their gross motor skills, balance, and coordination. Our highly skilled and experienced pediatric therapists work closely with parents to ensure their child’s therapy experience is positive and effective.
We understand that every child is unique, and we tailor our treatment plans to meet each child’s individual needs. Our goal is to help children reach their maximum potential and achieve their developmental milestones in a fun, safe, and engaging environment.
One of the primary focuses of our pediatric physical therapy program is assisting in the development of age-appropriate gross motor skills. This includes activities such as crawling, walking, jumping, and running. Our therapists also provide parent education to teach parents how to help their child improve their motor skills at home.
In addition to gross motor skills development, our therapists also focus on strengthening, stretching, and balance exercises based on the child’s individual needs, which are determined at evaluation. This may involve exercises to improve core strength, coordination, and posture.
We treat a range of common conditions in pediatric physical therapy, including torticollis, toe walking, gross motor delays, head/neck/back pain, foot/ankle/knee pain, scoliosis, concussion (ages 5+), endurance training, and sports injury. Our therapists have extensive experience working with children with a wide range of conditions, and we use evidence-based practices to provide the best possible care.
At OSR Physical Therapy, we believe that children deserve the best possible care to help them reach their full potential. That’s why we’re committed to providing the highest quality pediatric physical therapy services available, delivered with compassion, expertise, and dedication.
• Assist in development of age appropriate gross motor skills
• Provide parent education
• Focus on strengthening, stretching, balance and exercises based on needs
determined at evaluation
• Toe Walking
• Gross Motor Delays
• Head/Neck/Back Pain
• Foot/Ankle/Knee Pain
• Concussion (ages 5+)
• Endurance Training
• Sports Injury
For more information, contact Elle Johnson, DPT or call 952-448-9081