Doctors often recommend physical therapy for kids and teens who have been injured and who have problem in movement from an illness, disease, or disability
Physical therapy might be needed any time a problem with movement limits someone's daily activity
Doctors often recommended physical therapy for kids with:
sports injuries
developmental delays
genetic disorders
orthopedic disabilities/injuries
heart and lung conditions
birth defects (such as spina bifida)
effects of in-utero drug or alcohol exposure
acute trauma
head injury
limb deficiencies
muscle diseases
Physical Therapy for children helps improve a child’s mobility, gross motor coordination, strength and endurance.
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