Physical Therapy

Physical therapy involves the assessment and intervention for the following services: developmental delays, delayed gross motor skills, early intervention, sports rehabilitation, gait training, ADHD, and neurodevelopmental treatment.

Suggested referrals include: congenital torticollis, genetic disorders, prematurity, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, delayed gross motor skills, cystic fibrosis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, ADHD, neurological deficits, orthopedic impairments, and sports injuries.

Yoga Classes

These classes provide children with a space to learn, breathe, relax, and have fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. Balancing poses, eye exercises and breath-play help children achieve inner focus and calm. These classes are offered in a group and individual settings. As their physical ability develops, children gain insight into inner strength and the ability to sustain concentration. Additional benefits of Yoga for Children include: developing strength and flexibility, facilitating balance and coordination, increasing attention and concentration, improving learning capacity and alertness, building confidence and self-esteem, promoting expression and creativity, fostering language development, and developing social interaction skills.