Physical Therapy In Pennsylvania

Physical therapy in Pennsylvania can help your child build strength and mobility within their environment, despite challenging delays or disabilities.


Looking For Physical Therapy In Pennsylvania?

How your child interacts with the environment is one of the most important aspects of growing up. Your child may need physical therapy if they are experiencing developmental delays, musculoskeletal disorders, orthopedic issues, or injuries.

Physical therapy in PA will provide your child with the necessary physical motor tools to navigate the world around them.

Using adaptive play, we foster balance and coordination in a fun, relaxed manner and assist infants and children with mastering transitional movements, such as rolling over, sitting up, crawling and walking. Get started with physical therapy in Pennsylvania today by giving us a call or contacting us on our contact page.

Physical therapy services in Pennsylvania can help your child build strength and mobility within their environment, despite challenging delays or disabilities.Your child may benefit from PT if he/she has trouble with any of the following:

Tolerating tummy time


Sitting or standing without support

Cruising along furniture

Crawling or walking

Getting him/herself into sitting or standing independently

Or you notice any of the following:

Prefers to look one way

Tends to tilt or turn head to one side often

Has flattening or a bulge on the back of his/her head

Looking in both directions

Holding head straight (tends to tilt or turn to one side)

Walking and running without frequently tripping or falling

Catching or throwing a ball

Learning how to jump, skip, ride a bike or play sports

How can physical therapy in PA benefit my child?

Physical Therapy in Pennsylvania helps with physical strength, range of motion, and endurance. It addresses the following skills:

Improving balance

Developing coordination for running, climbing, sliding, jumping, kicking, throwing, etc.



Crawling from place to place

Walking independently

Walking up and down stairs


Catching self when falling

Pedaling and steering a tricycle

Moving up and down steps

Navigate their environment safely at home or community setting

We also provide training and support in the use of orthotic devices and adaptive equipment, giving children a greater sense of independence and control over movement and helping them access their world.

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