Child & Family Development Child & Family Development

September 30, 2016

National Physical Therapy Month #choosePT


October is National Physical Therapy Month and we are celebrating with the APTA #choosePT

Pediatric physical therapy is not just rehabilitation of injuries or therapy for ‚Äúlittle adults‚Äù. While it certainly includes rehabilitation from sports injuries, post-surgery, broken bones and other conditions, it more commonly addresses ‚Äúhabilitation‚Äù rather than ‚Äúre-habilitation‚Äù. That is, we are working with children to develop gross motor skills for the first time, rather than regain skills after a loss.  This ‚Äúhabilitation‚Äù often occurs when there is a gross motor delay related to late crawling and late walking.  At times, a delay is present in conjunction with a medical diagnosis, such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, mitochondrial disorder and spina bifida, to name just a few.



Gail Fennimore PT, PCS, C/NDT

Jill Pfund DPT

Amy Sturkey LPT, C/NDT


Katie Eggleston DPT

Erin Krueger DPT, ATRIC

Jessica Turchin MPT, ATRIC


  • Adaptive Equipment Assessment & Management
  • Aquatic Therapy at Harris YMCA
  • Constraint Induced Movement Therapy
  • Craniosacral Therapy (CST)
  • Karate Groups
  • Kinesiotaping¬Æ & Strapping
  • Learning To Ride A Bike
  • Neurodevelopmental Treatment‚Ñ¢ (NDT)
  • Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
  • Serial Casting
  • Sports Rehab & Training
  • Total Motion Release¬Æ (TMR)

Learn more about our physical therapists on our website and our blog.