Pediatric Hand Therapy

Poor posture, injury, or a lack of proper exercise can lead to recurring episodes of back pain that become more common over time. Whether you’re suffering from your first episode of lower back pain or are experiencing discomfort following extensive treatments or surgery, seeing a Functional Therapy Group rehabilitation specialist is your first step to becoming your best self. You and your therapist will focus on your individual spinal health, work together to understand the causes of your pain, then discuss appropriate steps to reduce or eliminate it.

Choosing a hand therapist for your child can be difficult because we all want the best for our children. Movement Physical Therapy strives to bring out the best for your child. We love working with kids and our knowledge of anatomy, neuro-anatomy, biomechanics and child development makes us a great fit for helping your child through pediatric hand therapy.

Children are meant to play and it is our job to help make it easier for those who struggle with their hands to do so! Children who experience sensory processing disorders, traumatic injuries, autism, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, broken bones, developmental delays, and post-surgical conditions are all great examples of children who can benefit from pediatric hand therapy.

Our goal for your child will be to restore function, reach age-appropriate milestones, and improve their mobility and strength in the hands and upper extremities. This will help improve your child’s pain, strength, joint range of motion, endurance, and gross motor functioning.

We hope you choose Movement Physical Therapy for your child’s pediatric hand therapy needs because our physical therapists provide the best upper extremity rehabilitative care in our area. We want your child to feel a great sense of accomplishment while working with us and to feel a stronger sense of self-esteem by achieving great results with pediatric hand therapy.

If you feel that your child may benefit from pediatric hand therapy, give Movement Physical Therapy a call and we can set up a time to meet and discuss your goals and needs for your child’s physical therapy program. We look forward to meeting you and working with your child!

Pediatric Hand Therapy is provided at the following locations:

Snohomish Physical Therapy & Hand Therapy

1830 Bickford Avenue
Suite 209
Snohomish, WA 98290

Phone: 360.568.7774
Fax: 360.568.7779

Canyon Park Physical & Hand Therapy

22910 Bothell Everett Hwy
Suite 107
Bothell, WA 98021

Phone: 425.686.7656
Fax: 425.341.9054