Physical Therapy for Kids at Phoenix Children's Hospital
The Frances H. McClelland Rehabilitation Program at Phoenix Children's Hospital is made up of a comprehensive team of pediatric trained physicians, nurses, and therapists who care only for growing children. Among the specialties of our rehab program for kids is the Physical Therapy Program - offering services tailored specifically to the needs of each child.
Phoenix Children's physical therapists work to relieve pain and help kids get back to their normal daily activities. After an injury, physical therapists guide kids through exercises to help them regain strength and motion, and teach them how to prevent a recurring injury.
Our pediatric trained physical therapists evaluate and treat young children on their gross motor skills such as crawling, walking, and playing. Older children get specialized treatment designed to motivate and build self esteem. The team uses a family-centered, goal-oriented plan of care.
Common conditions leading to physical therapy
- Cerebral palsy
- Developmental delay
- Neuromuscular conditions
- Neurologic conditions
- Spinal cord injury
- Orthopedic conditions
- Sports medicine injuries
- Amputation/limb deficiency
- Traumatic brain injury
Physical therapy treatment plans
- Gait training
- Strength/flexibility training
- Endurance training
- Splinting and positioning
- Progression of developmental mobility
- Hospital Inpatient (602) 546-1167
- Outpatient Clinic (602) 546-0980
- Sports Medicine (480) 512-0351