Are you concerned with any of your child's body systems or functions?


We can help.


ABC Pediatric Therapy physiotherapists are experienced with children and highly educated in their practice. They have taken many post-graduate courses and continue to fine-tune skills acquired with continuing education.


Keeping up with the latest technologies is a passion of theirs and they love working with children! 

More importantly, they are dedicated to providing services with a high quality of professionalism in a fun and positive environment for children.


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Treatment Approaches

At Pediatric Physio and Occupational Therapy, we understand that each child is unique and holds their own set of strengths and areas to improve on. As such, the initial appointment with our physiotherapist, includes a complete assessment and a customised plan to meet your child's needs. Your child's treatment approach may include:

  • Rhythmic Movement Training (Neuro-developmental movements)

  • Stretching and positioning program for Torticollis

  • BrainHighways screening and recommendations

  • Pediatric cranial ostoepathy

  • Certified TheraTogs fitting

  • Assessment of milestones

  • Balance, proprioception and strengthening programs

  • Acupuncture (needles or laser)

  • Vestibular and visual rehabilitation

  • Myofascial Release (John F. Barnes)

  • Neuro-developmental treatment approach (NDT)

  • Post-concussion rehabilitation


Infant & Toddlers


  • Torticollis

  • Plagiocephally/head shape management

  • Feeding and latching difficulties

  • Digestive difficulties/colic

  • Delayed milestones

  • Low tone

  • Neurological conditions

  • Congenital talipes equinovarus (club foot)

  • Down syndrome and other congenital conditions

  • Gross motor delays

Autism and Developmental Coordination Disorder


  • Low muscle tone

  • Retained primitive reflexes

  • Poor balance, coordination, and endurance

  • Vestibular and visual rehabilitation


Sports and Orthopedic Conditions


  • Ligament strains

  • Muscle sprains

  • Post-concussion rehabilitation (including vestibular and visual systems)

  • Core and posture dysfunctions

  • Coordination, balance and proprioception training

  • Deconditioning from prolonged illness

  • Post-fracture/surgery

  • Poor biomechanic