Infant physiotherapy

CHILD Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy helps children with problems associated with growth and development

I believe that everyone should be able to take advantage of physiotherapy’s benefits, in this case all children so that they can develop their full potential without limits.

The aim is to relieve ailments caused by growth and development but also prevents difficulties and problems that may arise in school and adulthood.

What we do

Physiotherapy can be a great benefit to children

We conduct a detailed assessment to plan a fun and straightforward treatment and achieve neuro-sensory-motor reprogramming. Much of this planning will be carried out at home, requiring commitment and perseverance on the part of the family to achieve the objectives set out on the first day of the session. Your child can improve strength, balance, coordination, flexibility, and posture. Moreover, they can also enhance gross motor skills, such as walking, running, and jumping, and fine motor skills – handwriting and manipulating objects. Physiotherapy may also help to reduce pain associated with musculoskeletal issues, such as back pain, and improve breathing and posture.

Improved physical development

Clumsiness of movement, frequent falls, and lack of hand coordination for delicate tasks may result from a maturation problem in the child's nervous system- this problem may go unnoticed. Coordination disorders are a problem that affects many children and hinders sporting activities, and, in some cases, affects attention and learning.

Respiratory physiotherapy

Respiratory physiotherapy helps children and babies unable to get rid of mucus on their own by acting on the upper airways and bronchial tubes. A slightly lumpy chest, a constant dry cough, shallow breathing or a stuffy nose are some signs indicating that you should see a professional.

Hypotonia, hypertonia and neurological problems

Some children come into the world with more severe damage. It may be cerebral palsy, a genetic problem or simply a developmental delay for which there is no clear explanation. Early intervention is essential and can make all the difference to a vast improvement in their ability to move, control their bodies and relate to the world.

Attention and learning difficulties

In children without neurological damage, attention and learning problems usually appear between the ages of 5 and 10. Physical signs of clumsiness, excessive caution or auditory hypersensitivity alert us to the need for specialist professionals to carry out a full neurodevelopmental assessment. Attention and learning problems can have different causes: they can result from a specific learning disorder, emotional issues or immaturity in neuromotor and sensory development.

CHILD Physiotherapy at home

Does your child has any of these difficulties?