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Positive Results for Kids provides outpatient Physical and Occupational therapies.

Physical Therapy

Week of the young childEvery child achieves gross motor skills at different times. Some may need a little help reaching their next developmental milestone. If you think your child needs this type of assistance, please ask your pediatrician about a physical therapy referral. If therapy is necessary, a licensed physical therapist will develop a highly individualized plan designed to achieve optimal results, including positioning, exercises and any necessary adaptations.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists work with children of all ages and needs. Through our individualized approach, we can increase upper extremity and trunk strength, improve eye-hand coordination and object manipulation and enhanced pre-writing and drawing skills. Our therapists can impact daily life skills, such as getting dressed, and provide greater success for those children with sensory processing and attention problems.