The Bluestone Approach
HOW can a physical therapist help my child?
Our highly trained healthcare professionals are licensed through the state of Michigan and have a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from a Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education-accredited physical therapist education program. A pediatric physical therapist will help a child master their gross motor skills and can work with children from birth to adulthood. They can assist with overall gross motor skills and specifics including flat feet, toeing in/out, torticollis, and much more.
WHY might my child be referred to physical therapy?
A pediatrician can refer your child for physical therapy to work on overall strength, endurance and/or the inability to roll over, walk, or sit independently. They can work on the following but not limited to:
WHAT do we do?
Bluestone Physical Therapy department currently offers the following:
Individual physical therapy sessions.
Parent education and consultation (home programs)
Monthly parent and community trainings.
Bluestone Children’s Center’s physical therapy department currently treats children 12 and under with exceptions. See a list of some of the disorders a physical therapist may treat Below