Hope & Believe Pediatric Therapy
6701 Sanger Ave , Suite 103 Waco, TX 76710
Believe Pediatric Therapy Services
1706 W Avenue M Temple, TX 76504
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We provide Physical Therapy services

Physical Therapy (PT) provides skilled treatment serving the unique needs of pediatric clients and their families to create individually designed activities to help infants, children or adolescents to perform functionally and to achieve/restore mobility at the highest level possible.

The physical therapist addresses the treatment and management of infants, children, and adolescents with a variety of congenital, developmental, neuromuscular, skeletal, or acquired disorders/diseases. Children with developmental delays, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, gross motor coordination dysfunction, brain injury, premature birth, and torticollis are a few of the patients treated by pediatric physical therapists.

Physical Therapy provides skilled treatment for infants and children who need special help developing or regaining large movement skills such as rolling, sitting-up, crawling, walking, running and jumping, and age-appropriate gross motor play. Physical therapy is also indicated for children having difficulties with balance, coordination, weakness of the trunk or extremities, tight or spastic muscles, motor planning, or motor control.

Our services included all types and sizes

The physical therapist provides individualized assessment and often early detection of physical challenges. Treatments are play-based and are unique to the developmental level of each child.  Sessions may include postural correction, therapeutic exercise, strengthening, balance and coordination training, flexibility training, cognitive and sensory processing/integration, and/or use of adaptive equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, canes, or orthotics.

As with most problems in life, the sooner they are detected and addressed, the higher the success rate. This is especially true for children with special needs.

We can help you address a mobility problem before it causes a reduction in functional abilities, low self-esteem, poor school performance, or strained peer and family relationships.

Motor  Milestones