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What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is the branch of modern medicine that uses exercises as the primary mode of treatment to improve patient’s mobility, function and well-being. Movement difficulties in a child or adult may be present from birth, acquired due to accident/ injury or as a result of ageing or life changing events. Physiotherapy uses different exercises, special positions, manual therapies, casts, splints, braces etc. to help improve individual’s skills related to movements and reduce pain and stiffness in the problem areas.



Physiotherapy Prayatna
Paediatric Physiotherapy Wing at Prayatna

Paediatric physiotherapy aims at promoting independent movement and optimum functioning in children with various medical conditions. Our team of qualified and trained physiotherapists provide treatment for children who need range of motion, strength, coordination, postural control, quality of movement and gross motor development.  Prayatna provides a safe environment for therapy and our therapists have specific skills required to assess, care and motivate children. 

Our physiotherapist assesses gross motor abilities of the child using systematic assessments, plans out remedial exercises and administers therapy to improve functional abilities of the child. Therapist works closely with all those involved in the developmental process of the child including families, teachers, doctors and other health professionals for achieving desired outcome. Parent training is part of our treatment process for continuing practice at home. Regular practice helps improve skills and ensures progress.

What are the benefits of Paediatric Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy helps when a difficulty with movement limits an individual’s daily activities. Our paediatric physiotherapy wing plays an integral role in comprehensive rehabilitation of children with

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Developmental delay – motor or global
  • Congenital syndromes
  • Genetic conditions
  • Erb’s palsy
  • Spina bifida
  • Neck stiffness
  • Neuromuscular problems
  • Postural abnormalities
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Respiratory problems like asthma, cystic fibrosis
  • Any pre or post-surgical orthopaedic conditions
  • Any movement problems from illness, injury or accident

Early diagnosis and treatment helps children improve their functional mobility & strength making them more independent.

Assessment & Treatment

Physiotherapy assessment process includes collecting background history, observation, skill assessment and physical examination. Therapist utilizes valid Scales to calibrate the severity of disability and duration of assessment may vary depending on the child’s condition. 

After completion of assessment, physiotherapist devises a treatment plan that suits general health and skill needs of the child. Depending upon child’s age and condition, our therapist focuses on developing various age-appropriate developmental or functional skills. Therapist plans treatment in discussion with parents and essentially involves them in all therapy sessions. 

At Prayatna, children receive 45 minutes therapy session, 2-5 times a week, which may vary from few weeks to months depending on the severity of the problem. Each session is a combined effort of therapist, parent and the child him/herself towards a common goal. During therapy sessions, our therapists educate parents about the condition, treatment and exercises for practice at home to ensure effective results. 

Our physiotherapist uses exercises, various positions and a wide variety of equipments like therapy ball, bolsters, swings, wedges, splints, orthosis etc. as part of therapy programme to improve child’s skills and functions. They teach different exercises to help recuperate and develop child’s strength and range of motion. Some of the techniques and activities include

  • activities to improve balance and coordination
  • developmental training to improve rolling, crawling, sitting, standing, walking etc.
  • flexibility exercises to increase range of motion
  • exercises to build strength
  • manual therapy for mobilising body tissues to help reduce pain and stiffness and improve blood circulation; this therapy also helps in relaxing
  • providing walking aids for mobility
  • manual and motorized wheel chair training and positioning
  • splinting of the upper and lower extremity
  • upper and lower extremity orthotic/prosthetic device training

They teach safe modes of movement and show how to avoid injuries during movement. Our therapist regularly monitors child’s progress and makes necessary modifications to ensure improvement. Movement happens all the time, all through the day and our therapist trains parents to make maximum use of everyday opportunities to help their child improve skills.

Counselling/Supportive Psychotherapy

Counselling is a ‘talking therapy’ that helps people with physical, emotional and mental health problems, ease their feelings of distress and come out of the crisis situations with improved sense of well-being.

Psychological interventions and strategies

Our clinical psychologists utilize wide range of skills and procedures including counselling to cater to the needs of psychological and social issues in children and adults.

Learning Disabilities (LD) and difficulties

Some kids find it hard to learn and show academic progress. Our psychologists help identify the cause, and give recommendations on the ways to improve learning process and promote educational success

Physiotherapy for Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy refers to a group of disorders that affect movement, muscle tone or posture (Muscle tone refers to the tension in our muscles while at rest). It is a result of damage to the brain tissue during pregnancy, during birth or early childhood. Damage to brain tissue hinders nerve signals to muscles which lead to difficulty in movement, posture and coordination. The severity of damage may vary from individual to individual and so is our treatment.

Why physiotherapy for cerebral palsy?

Physiotherapy often happens to be the first step in cerebral palsy treatment. Movement difficulties in these children may be limited to one half of the body (hemiplegia), legs only(paraplegia), legs and mild involvement of hands(diplegia) or torso and all 4 limbs (quadriplegia). Therapist assesses child’s movement difficulties and creates a treatment program that aims at improving physical development and everyday functioning. 

Therapeutic exercises and techniques vary depending on the child’s needs. Our physiotherapist customizes treatment based on the problem area. A combination of muscle relaxing techniques, stretching, strengthening, positioning exercises and special equipments are introduced to improve strength and mobility.

How does physiotherapy help?

motor skills and preventing movement difficulties getting worse over time. Exercises are primarily targeted to treat high or low muscle tone. While low muscle tone leads to weakness, poor posture and increased flexibility, high muscle tone results in stiffness and spasticity. Our therapist uses specific exercises to help with walking, transitional movements and posture. 

In cerebral palsy physiotherapy helps to

  • improve coordination, balance, posture and gait through exercises
  • increase muscle strength and flexibility through different techniques
  • decrease muscle tightness and spasms with the help of stretching programs and techniques like splinting
  • improve mobility using different aids and special equipments
what are the Adaptive devices used in Physiotherapy?

Our physiotherapist guides on different orthotic and adaptive equipments that can help the child walk and function better. Orthotic equipment may include braces that stabilize ankles, knees, legs, torso, upper and lower arms, elbows or hands. Adaptive equipments like strollers, walkers and wheelchairs aid in independent movement. 

Our physiotherapist regularly monitors child’s progress and modifies treatment program accordingly to ensure growth. We believe in coordinated effort for best results and our therapist ensures constant touch with health and other professionals associated with the child. Parents are involved in all therapy sessions and they are trained and equipped with necessary tools to help their child grow optimally.           

In cerebral palsy, early treatment helps in improving strength and flexibility thereby preventing future problems like contractures or joint dislocation. Our experience has shown that physiotherapy plays a vital role in increasing the level of self-reliance in many children with cerebral palsy. By improving overall functioning, physiotherapy facilitates optimum engagement in daily activities of life.

Physiotherapy for Down Syndrome

Down syndrome is a genetic disorder that leads to babies with an extra copy of chromosome 21. Physiotherapy is helpful for children with Down syndrome as they often have weak muscles, low muscle tone and unstable joints. When we integrate physiotherapy in play, we have noticed that children learn optimal movement patterns and postural alignments. This avoids children developing alternative patterns of abnormal movements.


After an in-depth assessment, therapist plans on individualized treatment program for the child in coordination with parents. This helps us to set realistic goals and ensures parental involvement all through the program. 

Physiotherapy program includes

  • stretching and strengthening exercises
  • balance and coordination exercises
  • postural advice

As the child with Down syndrome grows, it is necessary to maintain the health of their bones, ligaments and muscles to avoid complications later. Physiotherapy helps with this through various exercises. Our physiotherapists also help improve hand function and dexterity, eye-hand coordination and balance in these children which eventually improves their functioning and performance at school. 

Physiotherapy cannot fix the problems associated with Down syndrome but it helps the child to build a strong foundation to grow and develop utilizing their potential most favourably.

Physiotherapy for Developmental Delays

When a child fails to reach developmental milestones appropriate for his/her age, the child’s development is said to be delayed. These developmental delays may upset a child’s motor skills (physical movement and effective functioning), speech and language and/or social skills. When a child has delay in all these areas, he/she is said to have global developmental delay. 

Motor development refers to the development of a child’s bones, muscles and ability to move around, explore and manoeuvre his/her environment. Physiotherapy can help improve a child’s ability to reach motor developmental milestones when started early. A child’s developing brain has more plasticity that helps to adapt easily and respond to therapies and stimuli from his/her environment well.

How do we help?

Physiotherapy is aimed at improving child’s ability to reach developmental milestones for functional improvement. Our treatment focuses on

  • enhancing muscle strength
  • developing balance and coordination
  • stretching stiff joints
  • encouraging normal movement patterns
  • promoting independence in all walks of life


Each child is unique and their developmental process is also unique. Our physiotherapist plans and customizes treatment program depending on the emerging skills and needs of each child.


Prayatna provides a safe therapeutic setting and therapist uses a variety of exercises that makes fun, relaxation and exploration possible while being effective in achieving goals. Our treatment involves:

  • exercises to improve muscle strength, movement and joint flexibility that will enable them to shift their body weight and balance
  • muscle stretching for increasing range of movement
  • exercises to enhance independent movement by increasing quality or by teaching new ways of movement
  • exercises to gain postural stability and coordination
  • mirror imaging to help improve child’s awareness on where their body and limbs are in space while at rest or in movement
  • supportive devices such as wheelchair, braces etc.

Physiotherapists coordinate closely with parents and other health professionals involved with the child to help promote optimal development and functional independence. Parents play an important role as the child spends most of his/her time with parents at home during this stage. Our therapist guides parents on utilizing daily opportunities to enhance child’s learning and developmental process. 

Most often, developmental delay or difficulty may not be something that a child will ‘grow out of’ over time. With timely intervention, our professional team can help your child reach their personal potential. Treatment duration may depend on the problem, child’s skills and progress. Some children may need therapy for a few weeks while some others need more intensive therapy lasting longer duration. Our therapist will regularly assess child’s progress and modify the treatment program wherever required. 

Post discharge, therapist may provide home programs and plan on regular reviews to monitor progress. It is essential to follow home programs diligently to ensure your child’s optimal development.

Physiotherapy in Paediatric Orthopaedic conditions

Orthopaedic physiotherapy deals with correcting functional impairments of musculoskeletal system which includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles. 

Paediatric orthopaedic takes care of a variety of orthopaedic problems in children. These problems may be congenital, developmental or acquired and can impact a child’s activities of daily living(ADL), gait and balance. These conditions may change over time and the body may respond differently as the child grows. This makes it imperative to identify, diagnose and treat orthopaedic problems as early as possible.

Who can benefit?

Common musculoskeletal injuries and conditions we treat at Prayatna include,

  • Clubfoot
  • Flat feet
  • Perthes disease
  • In and out toeing
  • Bow legs
  • Knock knees
  • Toe walking
  • Developmental dysplasia of hip (DDH)
  • Gait abnormalities
  • Bone fractures & broken bones rehabilitation
  • Ligament sprain or tear
  • Muscle strains and muscular disorders
  • Injuries

To know more about the specific conditions we treat, check our Services.

Paediatric orthopedic treatement

Orthopaedic physiotherapy deals with correcting functional impairments of musculoskeletal system which includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles.

Paediatric orthopaedic takes care of a variety of orthopaedic problems in children. These problems may be congenital, developmental or acquired and can impact a child’s activities of daily living(ADL), gait and balance. These conditions may change over time and the body may respond differently as the child grows. This makes it imperative to identify, diagnose and treat orthopaedic problems as early as possible.

Who can benefit?

Common musculoskeletal injuries and conditions we treat at Prayatna include,

  • Clubfoot
  • Flat feet
  • Perthes disease
  • In and out toeing
  • Bow legs
  • Knock knees
  • Toe walking
  • Developmental dysplasia of hip (DDH)
  • Gait abnormalities
  • Bone fractures & broken bones rehabilitation
  • Ligament sprain or tear
  • Muscle strains and muscular disorders
  • Injuries

To know more about the specific conditions we treat, check our Services.

Treatment :

A child’s bones, muscles and joints are growing and developing continuously and they require special care. Most often children may not be able to express their symptoms as clearly as adults. Our physiotherapist, experienced in paediatric orthopaedics, carries out a thorough physical examination to assess joint movement, joint stability and identifies the problem and areas of pain. Their skills with children help gather as much information as possible to understand the problem better. They work along with the family and other health professionals involved with the child to provide comprehensive treatment for improving child’s mobility and functional independence.

In paediatric orthopaedic conditions, our physiotherapists provide comprehensive treatment that include

  • functional mobility
  • balance and gait training
  • therapeutic exercises
  • pain management
  • instruction in safe ambulation
  • post-operative rehabilitation
  • family education and training

Physiotherapy plays a vital role in treating orthopaedic problems and we have a team of physiotherapists who are trained and experienced in therapeutic exercises, splinting, casting and taping techniques. These techniques help in joint protection, injury prevention and improvement of movement in upper and lower extremities. Their expertise in dealing with children and therapeutic exercises in a fun-filled environment ensures child’s active participation and involvement in therapy program.

Injuries, illnesses and medical conditions may cause anxiety in children and our physiotherapists provide guidance to parents on how to support their child. Parents are taught different exercises to continue at home to ensure child’s functional independence. Duration of treatment may depend on the problem. Therapy programs are regularly reviewed and modified or altered depending on child’s progress and is gradually weaned on achievement of the desired phase of development.

Physiotherapy for Erb's Palsy (Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy)

Erb’s palsy is a type of weakness or paralysis of muscles that occurs due to injury to specific nerves. This injury is often caused during childbirth in a difficult delivery.


Brachial plexus is a network of nerves near our neck which gives movement and feeling to shoulder, arm, hand and fingers. In Erb’s palsy, these nerves get affected and it leads to arm weakness and loss of movement of the arm. The condition usually improves or goes away completely but some children have permanent complications. 


Physiotherapy is the main treatment method of Erb’s palsy. During the first 6 months, treatment is centred on prevention of fixed deformities. As the baby cannot move the affected arm by self, parents are taught how to keep the baby’s arm in good condition by doing different exercises. Regular physiotherapy exercises help in maintaining range of motion in shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand. It also improves muscle strength. 

In the first 1-2 weeks after birth, it is important to carefully handle the baby. Physiotherapist can provide various tips to parents and guide them on

  • careful handling of the baby to avoid extremes of motion – this will help give time for the initial inflammatory response to the injury to calm.
  • how to pick the baby from bed – picking the baby by arm or from under the armpit can lead to further injury to nerves; it is essential to be careful while picking the baby from bed
  • placing the baby on his/her back or in side-lying position with injured limb up – this helps to avoid compression to the injured arm

Physiotherapy exercises are commenced when the baby is 3 weeks old. Regular exercises prevent the joints from becoming permanently stiff. Our physiotherapist can help parents with

  • home activities and exercises to improve movement and muscle strength
  • exercises to maintain range of motion in the joints of the affected limb more specifically the shoulder to prevent stiffness and pain. This will include passive, active and assisted exercises
  • sensory stimulation activities for increased awareness of the arm
  • splints to prevent secondary complications and improve function
  • guidance on appropriate handling of the affected limb and how to position it for comforts as well as prevention of complications

Exercises play a vital role in keeping the joints flexible, and the functioning muscles fit. Physiotherapy interventions such as constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT), kinesiotaping or K taping, electrotherapy (electrical stimulation), splints, orthotics all help to yield positive outcomes in obstetric brachial palsy from 0-10 years. 

Recovery in Erb’s palsy is dependent on the severity of the injury and timing of the treatment – earlier the treatment, better the results. Mild cases of Erb’s palsy usually resolve in 3-6 months with physiotherapy. More severe cases may require surgical treatment. However, in most of the cases, it resolves in the first year, if treatment is started in the first 4 weeks of birth. Physiotherapy helps stimulate healing, improve movement and prevents stiffness in the joints of the afflicted arm.

Physiotherapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Autism is a developmental disorder that results in social, communication, behavioural and sensory challenges. In addition to these difficulties, many kids with autism may experience difficulties with their motor capabilities.


It’s been observed that children with ASD develop their early gross motor milestones like sitting, crawling and walking in the expected time frame. But the point of concern is that the quality of their movements may be undeveloped or clumsy when compared with their peers. Some present with uncoordinated gait and some have difficulties in fine-motor activities like writing or manipulating objects. These early motor skills form the basis for later motor skills which require more refined abilities for movement control. Difficulties in these early skills make it difficult for them to master more complex movements like ball games, skipping, hopping and balancing.


Our paediatric physiotherapist can help your child if he/she has difficulties with

  • achieving gross motor milestones(crawling, sitting, walking, running etc.)
  • jumping, hopping or skipping
  • throwing, kicking or catching a ball
  • playing or participating with peers in a playground
  • eye-hand coordination

Or if your child has

  • poor posture and balance
  • clumsiness in walk or unstable walking
  • toe walking

There might be many reasons for these motor difficulties in children.  Children with autism often have low muscle tone which demands more energy and strength to move. Some children have poor core strength and tight muscles and joints. Motor planning difficulties affects the child’s ability to time, sequence and perform a movement which results in clumsiness, frequent falls, poor balance and poor coordination.



Our physiotherapist assesses child’s motor skills and identifies the problem areas that need attention. Severity of autism varies from child to child and so is our treatment. Our therapist designs an individualized intervention program that can help improve motor skills and overall functioning of the child. Goals are planned in consultation with parents and are regularly reviewed and modified to ensure progress. 

Physiotherapy program for autism include free and structured play, exercises and activities to enhance strength, gross motor skills, functional mobility, balance and coordination in these children. Different techniques adapted by our therapists include

  • sensory feedback techniques to help the child improve his/her awareness of body movements and postures
  • exercises and activities for improving muscle strength, posture, motor skills, motor planning and balance
  • suggestions on orthotics and equipments to improve child’s body alignment and posture during physical activities

Difficulties in gross motor skills and coordination interfere with the child’s everyday functioning and this directly influences his/her physical and social development. Physiotherapy for autism focuses on improving basic and complex movement skills, balance and coordination through different exercises and functional play. 

Autism treatment at Prayatna involves a multidisciplinary team including clinical psychologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and special educators. Our team works together sharing information and knowledge and this coordinated efforts of all professionals involved helps in providing the best treatment possible for the child. Therapists work closely with parents educating and training them on different techniques and tools to help their child overcome difficulties and become functionally independent at all places.

Physiotherapy for Respiratory Conditions

Respiratory difficulties in children may be due to many different reasons that may range from genetic conditions, infections, surgery etc. While viral and bacterial infections may be short-lived and curable, conditions like asthma and cystic fibrosis may need lifelong management. Premature babies may be prone to respiratory difficulties as their lungs may not be fully developed. 

Our team of trained physiotherapists can help in the treatment of children with

  • Asthma
  • Wheezing
  • Excessive mucus
  • Coughing
  • Exercise intolerance
  • Chest infections and pneumonia

Our therapist assesses the child’s condition, exercise tolerance level and advices on exercises and activities that will help improve strength. Treatment program includes breathing exercises, manual techniques to help release mucus and tips on pacing and controlling attacks. 

Our physiotherapist helps with

  • positioning suggestions to help remove secretions and improve breathing control
  • provide guidance on lung clearance techniques like vibrations and percussions
  • exercises on removing airway obstruction or resistance
  • exercises to improve general fitness
  • guidance on long term management of chronic conditions
  • breathing exercises to reduce shortness of breath
  • relaxation exercises
Physiotherapy for Asthma

Asthma narrows the airways of lungs which make it difficult for children to breathe. Physiotherapy helps to control the symptoms and prevent further aggravation. Therapist guides the child on exercises to maintain normal breathing and prevent asthmatic attack. The aim of physiotherapy in asthma is to help keep pulmonary function as normal as possible.

Physiotherapy for Cystic fibrosis

This condition results in increased mucus production which leads to frequent infection in children. Physiotherapy helps remove excess secretions and helps increase quality of breathing. Therapist suggests different exercises that help to reduce their susceptibility to infections.

Physiotherapy for Chest infections

Children are commonly prone to chest infections. In some instances, this may lead to pneumonia. The primary purpose of physiotherapy for chest infections is to move the fluid or mucus in the lungs. Therapist teaches clapping on the chest and correct positioning. This helps to move mucus to larger airways from where it can be coughed up or suctioned out.

Neuro-developmental Therapy(NDT)

Neuro-developmental therapy helps treat difficulties in balance, posture and movements involving large and small muscles of the body (like walking, standing, running, grasping or holding things etc.). It is aimed at improving functioning of individuals who have difficulty in controlling movements due to neurological challenges.


Brain injuries lead to limitations in an individual’s movement patterns due to which they tend to develop abnormal movement and postural reactions. Therapists work on re-educating and retraining activities that will help the individual function as independently as possible. 

Therapist trained in NDT observes the patients and distinguishes normal and abnormal postural alignments and movement patterns. With the help of guided or facilitated hand movements, therapist modifies sensori-motor input to get certain predictable movements in the individual’s repertoire of motor responses. Repeated practice and experience facilitates that a particular movement pattern is registered in their brain and can be made readily available for usage later.


In paediatrics, therapist analyzes child’s skills and movement patterns to understand what prevents the child from performing a particular movement and gradually assists the child to elicit expected movement pattern.


Conditions that neuro-developmental therapy helps attend to include but not limited to-

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Hydrocephalus
  • Developmental delay
  • Neuro-motor disorders
  • Genetic syndromes
  • Traumatic brain injury


Our therapist focuses on postures and movements that impacts child’s everyday functioning and provides a dynamic approach that helps to relearn alignment and positioning for better movements. Practice helps to perfect the skills learned and neuro-development therapy assists in learning the correct skills for better movement and postures.



In hydrotherapy, water’s natural properties are utilized for treatment and pain relief in various medical conditions. It involves stimulation and exercises in warm water. Kids often love playing in water and hydrotherapy provides a fun-filled and engaging environment for treatment.


For hydrotherapy, your child does not need to know swimming and our therapists ensure your child’s safety. Water environment provides a different dimension to treatment and it’s been noticed that kids show more interest, put in more effort and show more endurance while in water. 

Who can benefit?

Hydrotherapy has been found to be effective in the treatment of different musculoskeletal, neurological and respiratory conditions. Some of paediatric conditions that benefit include,

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Down’s syndrome
  • Spina Bifida
  • Gait problems
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Developmental delay
  • Fractures
  • Respiratory conditions

What we do?

Depending on the child’s condition, different treatments will be provided in the pool. Our therapist may use small floating objects for attracting attention and encouraging reach and grasp. Large floatation devices may be used to provide support for the child. Some of the different hydrotherapy exercises include,

  • balance exercises
  • core stability exercises
  • range of movement exercises
  • strengthening exercises
  • stretching programs
  • relaxation exercises
  • proprioceptive exercises

Our therapist encourages and trains parents on engaging their child in water and helps them with special positions and handling techniques. Fun games and activities in water improve core skills (such as head control) and helps develop movement patterns (reaching and walking). 

Benefits of Hydrotherapy

  • pain management – many children with cerebral palsy and different other conditions experience pain. Hydrotherapy helps reduce pain and more often assists in managing the root cause of pain.
  • helps children improve postural stability and head control
  • loosens tight muscles – weightlessness of water helps to relax the tension in muscles and eases movement
  • hydrostatic pressure of water helps children with sensory processing disorder – water offers deep pressure which children with sensory issues enjoy
  • vestibular stimulation – pressure of water helps improve balance. Changing positions in water help stimulate vestibular system, improve balance and sensory input over time
  • proprioceptive feedback – water’s resistance gives enhanced feedback to the child encouraging body awareness, improved tolerance to touch over time
  • improves skin and muscle tone – movement while submerged in water results in more muscle activity
  • movement in water and water pressure enables better lung function and reduces risk of chest infections
  • provides relaxation, reduces anxiety and stress
  • improves digestion
  • water’s temperature helps in detoxification and improves metabolism

Water gives your child freedom of movement and relief from pain. It helps improve their flexibility, strength and endurance. Hydrotherapy provides an opportunity for fun and gives a feeling of well being – all while stimulating recovery. If you would like to know more about our hydrotherapy program or would like to make an appointment, contact us. Our team would be happy to answer all your questions in this regard.

Advantages of physiotherapy post surgery or illness

Physiotherapy can help your child with recovery after surgery or illness. It helps to enhance strength, develop/regain movement and improve function and independence. Physiotherapist can help your child get a practical insight into their body, how it works and how they can manipulate it for better movements and better health. 

Our aim is to promote optimal growth and achievement of potential in children with various medical conditions. Physiotherapist uses fun games and activities to guide the child move and explore the world around him/her. They train parents on different therapeutic exercises to continue practice at home. Group therapy programs are planned intermittently depending on child’s progress and needs with the view of promoting physical and social development. If you have concerns related to your child’s development, posture, balance or movement, do contact our team for consultation or a detailed clinical evaluation. Our team would be happy to discuss your requirements and answer all the queries you may have in this regard.

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