Our Physical Therapists know the profound joy of helping children and their families, achieve greater happiness under challenging circumstances. For almost 100 years, Physical Therapists have relied on an impressive array of techniques to treat Musculoskeletal Problems and improve the mobility of children facing numerous health Issues/Problems. Aquatic Physical Therapy is most compliant means of Physical Therapy for kids, we make Rehab stress-free and fun!
Pain is not a part of growing up. We help children get back to having fun through…
How Will Aquatic Therapy Help My Child?
Aquatic Physical Therapy is one of the best environments for a child to improve Functional Abilities, especially if the child has limited mobility. Working in water can Enhance Core Strength, reduce Pain and Stress on the Joints and Soft Tissues, improve Motor Planning and Fine Motor Skills. What sets Aquatic Therapy apart from traditional Physical Therapy is that the warm salt water, which in and of itself is known for restorative and detoxifying properties, provides buoyancy that makes exercises easier to perform effectively, and safely. Additionally, the warm water has a soothing, massage like effect on Painful or over-used muscles, joints and ligaments. This gives your child a chance to relax, focus and have fun while also benefiting from their Physical Therapy program.
Aquatic Therapy is a healing force!
Kids and water can be a wonderful combination. If your child is in a Physical Therapy program and you are not getting the results that your child deserves then fill out the form below and we will be in contact with you. Aquatic Physical Therapy is exactly what your child needs to conquer their limitations.
What Pediatric Conditions Do We Treat?
We work to increase Quality of Life in children by providing the most effective Physical Therapy to help them deal with Injuries and conditions, including:
- Growing Pains
- Balance & Gait
- Chronic Pain
- Sport Injuries
- Brachial Plexus Injuries
- Developmental Delays and Movement Disorders
- Fine Motor Skill Issues
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Musculoskeletal Pain, Post Orthopedic Injury or Surgery