Pediatric Physical Therapy

At Pediatric Therapy Clinic, our physical therapists (sometimes called PT’s) help kids to gain strength, improve gross motor skills as well as increase their range of motion and balance. Especially for young children, physical therapy can often take the form of play to help them remain engaged in the process. The goal is to help your child become more independent and enjoy a greater quality of life.

Physical therapists can also  provide tips  and strategies to reduce or eliminate torticollis, a condition involving the muscle of the neck that cause the head to tilt down or to one side in infants.

The physical therapist will work with you to develop a plan based on his or her abilities. This plan will also take into consideration any needed equipment, orthotics, or recommendations to a specialist. 

Parents and families play an important part in a child’s physical therapy program. Your child’s PT will talk with you about how you can best help them be successful. In addition, they can help ensure you receive the help and support you might need in your efforts.

Examples of how you can participate in your child’s physical therapy include:

  • Adapting daily routines or activities.
  • Learning to use needed equipment effectively.
  • Communicating information about your child’s needs.
  • Attending therapy consistently.
  • Implementing home programs.

Other Services We Offer

New location coming soon!

Butte, Montana

We are pleased to announce that Pediatric Therapy Clinic will be opening an office in Butte.

This new office will more conveniently accommodate the needs of our clients and their families living in Butte, Whitehall, and surrounding areas. Expanded services will be available in our new office, including, ABA and speech therapy. We’re also pleased to announce that occupational therapy services will be coming soon.

You’ll receive additional information about the new office as we get closer to the opening date. If you have any questions before that time, please feel free to call or email us, or chat with us when you come into our Anaconda clinic.