Physical Therapy helps your child to develop gross motor skills (e.g. sitting and standing, walking and running, and jumping). Our physical therapists use activities designed to help your child gain strength and independence. If you peek into a typical therapy session, it may look like playtime, and in a sense, it is. Catching balls, balancing on a beam, going through an obstacle course, or jumping “as far as you can” are all in the name of improving gross motor function. Our physical therapists have a strong background in neurodevelopmental (hands on) treatment to optimize function. They serve as coaches who teach techniques to you and your child, so he or she can benefit in daily routines.