When should my child attend Physical Therapy?
Generally speaking, if a painful problem arises for your child and does not go away on its own after a week, it is a good idea to see an Elite Physical Therapist—we call this the “one week rule”. Putting it off longer typically leads to the condition worsening, resulting in more time and money to fix in the long run. In this case, simply ask your doctor for a prescription order for Elite Physical Therapy. Our administrative staff will take care of everything for you with your insurance company, so that you fully know your insurance benefits before you begin.
How do I find the solution that’s right for my child?
Our Elite Physical Therapists have specialty training for children’s needs. We keep up to date on and incorporate nationally recognized Children’s Hospital Programs and science-based treatment techniques. This specialized Physical Therapy will help improve motor skills, functional mobility, strength, flexibility, posture, balance, and coordination for your child.
What Children’s Physical Therapy Problems Do We Treat?
- Back and neck pain
- Ankle sprains
- Sports injuries
- Healing fractures
- Growing pains
- Toe walking
- Surgical rehabilitation
- Developmental delays
What are some goals to help improve the quality of life for children with physical injuries and disabilities?
The Elite Physical Therapists can help children to achieve strength, improved mobility, and skills for everyday living. Our one on one rehabilitation with an Elite Physical Therapist is sure to make you and your child comfortable while achieving great results.
Three Steps to Getting Our Help:
- 1. Explain Your Child’s Limitations, Caused By Pain or Weakness, to Your Physician
- 2. Call or Request An Appointment Below To Schedule Your Appointment With Us
- 3. Bring In Your Prescription and Insurance Information to Your Appointment