Physical Therapy Evaluation
A physical therapy evaluation is an assessment of your child's physical abilities and limitations in order to develop a treatment plan. The therapist will take a thorough medical history and address specific concerns or goals you may have for your child. A physical therapy evaluation is required in order to begin treatment. If your child has received a physical therapy evaluation from another provider within the last 6 months, you have the option to provide a copy to the therapist to begin treatment.
Includes a variety of research-based tests and measures to assess your child's strength, flexibility, range of motion, balance, coordination, posture, and gross motor skills.
Skilled observation of your child's movement patterns during functional activities such as crawling, walking, running, and climbing stairs.
Plan of Care
After the evaluation, a treatment plan is developed collaboratively with you and your child. Meaningful and attainable goals will be created to help your child reach their maximum potential.