Our Physiotherapists work with you and your child to join in everyday activities that require movement, balance and co-ordination, including walking, climbing and riding a bike.
What is Physiotherapy for children?
Our Physiotherapists will work with you to find fun ways to support your child’s physical development and movement, such as rolling, sitting, crawling, walking, jumping, hopping and climbing.
Our Physiotherapists can also assist with physical skills such as strength, endurance, walking difficulties, balance or coordination. They will work with you to help your child to develop these skills at home, the local park, pre-school, swimming lessons, preschool and school.
If your child needs specialist equipment to help them get around, join in, or to be more independent, they will assess your child’s needs and help you find the supports that suit your child and family life.
Find a Physiotherapist
View our locations page and see what’s available.
Frequently Asked Questions
A physiotherapist can help your child with:
- Problems with balance, posture, coordination and gross motor skills
- Joint, muscle or nervous system problems that are causing weakness, pain or movement difficulties
- Weight and physical activity advice
- Growth or sports injuries to the bones, joints, muscles and ligaments
- Recovery after surgery or illness to improve strength, movement, function and independence
- Conditions like scoliosis or plagiocephaly.
Physiotherapists work with children with a range of conditions that impact their physical skills including Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Autism.
Yes, we can arrange Telehealth consultations. Have a look over our Telehealth FAQs.