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Post-Operative Rehabilitation - many children undergo surgery, whether for orthopaedic injuries or to help manage neurological conditions. Physiotherapy may aid in effective, more timely recovery.
Hypermobility - this is a common condition in children and can cause significant discomfort, making daily activities difficult and less enjoyable for children. Physiotherapy is a useful tool in managing this
Neurological Conditions - conditions such as cerebral palsy and epilepsy have profound effects on a child's life. Physiotherapy can help manage the effects of such conditions, improving or maintaining independence
Delayed Motor Development - If your child is not meeting milestones at the expected rate, physiotherapy may help with this, addressing factors such as balance, coordination and spatial awareness
Respiratory Conditions - long term respiratory conditions can be managed with physiotherapy, using fun games and activity to aid with chest clearance
Musculoskeletal Injuries - as children grow and play, they inevitably pick up injuries. To maximise recovery and minimise long term effects of these, physiotherapy is effective and enjoyable