Welcome to Paediatric Physiotherapy for Kids in Bangalore
Paediatric Physiotherapy is evidence-based therapy committed to optimising a child’s movement. It is achieved by gaining the best muscle and joint function available in the growing body.
In the growing child, bone growth may outperform muscle growth, and problems can arise that require an understanding of these and other such factors. Unlike adults who have completed their growth period, children may have specific needs relating to their physical development which can benefit from the specialised approach a physiotherapist working in paediatrics can provide.
Physiotherapy for kids in Banglore is a specialised professional home physiotherapy services, experienced in the treatment of babies, children and adolescents. Our clinic comprises of physiotherapists who work exclusively in the area of paediatrics which includes all children from birth to 18 years. Paediatric physiotherapy is therapy based on sound medical and scientific evidence developed specifically for babies, children and adolescents. Our physiotherapists have a specialized approach which allows for a child's growing and maturing body and aims to optimize a child's movement.
You should see one of our paediatric physiotherapists if you have concerns or questions such as:
- Your baby feels 'floppy' or 'stiff' with handling
- Your baby isn't tolerating 'tummy time' well by 4 months of age
- Your baby was born prematurely (before 34 weeks gestation)
- Your baby has a flat spot on his / her head or prefers to look to one side only
- there is a difference between sides of the body
- A delay is present in achieving physical milestones
- Not sitting by 9 months
- Not trying to stand up by 12 months
- Not walking by 18 months
- Your child is bottom shuffling and you would like some further advice
- Your child has an unusual walk or foot posture
- Clumsiness with running, jumping or ball skills
- Aches or pains with activity or rest
- To help with recovery after injury or surgery
- Concerns regarding your child’s posture