Conditions we Treat
Babies/toddlers (0 - 3 years)
- Babies and children who are slower to achieve their motor milestones, eg: babies who are late to learn to sit, crawl or walk
- Babies and children who are using unusual patterns to move eg: w-sitting or bottom shuffling or toe walking
- Toddlers with pigeon toes, bow legs, in-rolling ankles, knock knees.
- Early Intervention for babies diagnosed with damage/trauma to the brain or genetic disorders, or the peripheral nerves (eg: Erb’s palsy, Brachial Plexus Injury)
- Babies and children with Torticollis (Wry Neck), Plagiocephaly (flattened head shape), clubfoot and flat feet
- Toddlers and babies who are clumsy or uncoordinated - frequent falls, poor balance and coordination
- “Floppy” (low tone) babies
- Children with respiratory infections to help remove secretions and improve breathing
- Back pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Sports Injuries
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Knee pain
- Post Surgery – hip/knee replacements and fractures
- Repetitive Strain
- Sprains and Strains
- Tennis Elbow
- Respiratory conditions
Children (4 - 18 years)
- Children who are having difficulty with gross motor skills, such as jumping/hopping or ball skills.
- Children with minimal neurological dysfunction and developmental co-ordination disorder/dyspraxia (e.g. balance, co-ordination, concentration, motor and/or perceptual barriers).
- Children with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, autism, brain injury, muscular dystrophies, or other congenital syndromes or conditions
- Children following an injury or trauma who require rehabilitation such as fractures (conservative and post-surgery), meniscal or ligament injuries, joint sprains or muscle strains
- Poor posture/scoliosis
- Poor fine-motor skills (manipulation, handwriting etc)
- Sensory Integration difficulties (e.g. an unreasonable dislike of sounds, touch, movement, certain foods etc; or seeking input through biting, pinching, crashing into things; impulsivity/ lacking self-control)
- Children with conditions affecting their bones, joints or muscles, flat feet, hypermobile or dislocating joints, or congenital conditions and musculoskeletal issues (e.g. Sever’s Disease, patellofemoral pain)
- Children who have rheumatological and pain conditions such as arthritis, myositis, or chronic pain.
- Children with chronic respiratory conditions such as cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis or chest infections (e.g. pneumonia)
What to Expect
Booking a session
Email email@example.com or call 081 025 7426 to book a session or enquire about consultations and treatments.
Your first session will be an initial consultation, consisting of a full assessment, treatment and treatment plan. This is necessary in order to gain a good understanding of your condition and give advice on future treatments.
Once a treatment plan has been started it is good practice to review this regularly. Depending on what the patient needs, the amount and frequency of follow up sessions can vary.
Frequency and Duration
The initial consultation can last anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes and the follow up sessions are 45 minutes. The frequency will vary depending on age, condition and your availability.