What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is a branch of healthcare centered around evaluation, treatment, and assessment of patients with physical or mobility impairments and limitations to maximize functional mobility.
What is a Physical Therapist?
Physical therapists are movement experts with professional licensure to evaluate and treat patients with a wide array of disabilities, conditions, impairments, or limitations. There are several sub-sections or specialties associated with physical therapy, please see our resources to learn more.
What is Pediatric Physical Therapy?
Pediatric physical therapy is a specialty of physical therapy working in collaboration with families and children typically under the age of 18 who experience developmental delays, limitations in participation in every-day life, or to treat a variety of other physical impairments.
Resources by Category:
American Physical Therapy Association
Overview of Physical Therapy
What is a Physical Therapist
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Pediatric Physical Therapy Resource for Families
10 Things A Patient Should Know About Physical Therapy
This article was written by Olivia Hall. Olivia is a Doctor of Physical Therapy Student at Hanover College and President of her class. She currently lives in New Mexico but frequently travels and loves to go on hikes with her dog.
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