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Childrens Physiotherapy

Holistic Evidence Based approach

Our approach is very hands-on and child-friendly, so we set a gentle, happy, and relaxed environment to help your child reach their fullest potential.

Physiotherapy helps with the development, rehabilitation, and improvement of movement skills and performance. Physiotherapists may work on gross motor skills such as sitting, standing, and walking, as well as improvement in flexibility, strength, and endurance.

Physiotherapy is often used in conjunction with other therapies, such as occupational therapy or speech-language therapy. For example, if a child is learning how to print and is slouching at the table, it can be a sign of poor core strength—physiotherapy can help with the core strength while occupational therapy teaches printing.

In all cases, the physiotherapist takes the client through a tailor-made program to address their most important needs.

Who do we treat

Children may have developmental, neurological, respiratory, or musculoskeletal difficulties. Our paediatric physiotherapists are well equipped to assess and treat a wide range of conditions in partnership with the child and their parents. These conditions can be the result of illness, disability, or injury and may include but are not limited to


Cerebral Palsy, Hydrocephalus, Gross motor delay, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning disability, Developmental Coordination Disorder Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Acquired Brain Injury, Low muscle tone, Muscular Dystrophy, or other neuromuscular challenges. We also treat Paediatric MSK conditions such as Torticollis/Plagiocephaly, joint pain, and foot issues. Other genetic disorders, Amputations, Fracture, Post-surgery rehabilitation ie. leg lengthening procedures, corrective surgeries, Hyper mobility, Weight challenges, Balance and coordination issues

Where do we treat

We treat at homes, schools, leisure facilities, or wherever the support is required in order to ensure the best care in the community!!


'We believe in Therapy through play'

Child Physiotherapy



Assessment may include information gathering from Parents, Families and others involved in the child’s life and building on what is already known about the child from other agencies such as education and social work.


This may include formal and informal assessment such as observation, hands-on assessment, equipment review etc some of them included below

• Strength and co-ordination

  • Muscle Tone/Imbalance

• Motor development

• Posture and balance

• Quality of movement

• Function and sensation 




Physiotherapy helps a child function at their maximum potential. Our physiotherapists work closely with parents/carers and local authorities  using the below mentioned strategies.

  • Movement and exercise, such as muscle strengthening, stretching.

  • Neurological movement techniques such as Bobath, Neurological Development Approach(NDT)

  • Respiratory care, including chest clearance and fitness training

  • Constraint Induced Manual Therapy (CIMT)

  • Manual therapy, where the therapist uses their hands to improve joint and muscle movements

  • 24 hour postural Management i.e Chaileys Postural Management

  • Carer training sessions

  • Amputee Rehabilitation


  • POST ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY REHABILITATION ie.Tendon lengthening, Hip surgeries

  • REBOUND Therapy


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