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Paediatric Physiotherapist

Your child may need to see a paediatric physiotherapist for... 
  • Newborn assessment and early intervention for plagiocephaly, torticollis, hypotonia, talipes, visual impairments, or if they do not tolerate tummy time, are late to sit, crawl or walk.

  • Help with their gross motor milestones such as running, jumping, hopping, ball skills, climbing, skipping

  • Growth related issues and musculoskeletal conditions such as growing pains, tight muscles, hypermobility, Sever's, Osgood Schlatters, back pain, flat feet, in-toeing, toe walking, sports injuries.

  • Helping them reach their full potential if they have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, seizures, brain injury, or any genetic or metabolic syndromes.

  • Equipment fitting prescription for supportive walkers, standing frame, supportive seating, supportive postural garments such as second skins, DMOs, walking trolleys.

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