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Physical Therapy Program

Who: Children 12 and under (with any qualifying diagnosis or need)

When: On-site therapy sessions are scheduled M-F  8:00AM-5:00PM

How: Contact our main line, if interested or to learn more!

(248) 886-9540

contact@bluestonechildrenscenter.com

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meet Our Physical therapist

Samantha Brindley
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Samantha
PT, DPT

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PHYSICAL
THERAPY

The Bluestone Approach

HOW can a physical therapist help my child? 

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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?

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Bluestone Physical Therapy department currently offers the following: 

  • Individual physical therapy sessions. 

  • Group therapy 

  • Parent education and consultation (home programs) 

  • Monthly parent and community trainings. 

 

WHO qualifies? 

  

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


 
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Bluestone is an educational/teaching facility. 
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Bluestone is an educational and teaching facility where students at various local colleges and universities come to learn and further enhance their clinical skills. We welcome students in graduate school to learn alongside our physical therapists. Graduate students that are training and learning alongside our physical therapists are supervised during all direct patient care time. 

If you think your child would benefit from physical therapy, contact us today to find out more or
complete the form on the contact us page.