Children's work is to play, so Sue uses Special Settings to help make PT FUN! When children are seen in their natural environment, they feel at ease, and can learn motor skills easier while their caregivers learn ways they can also give their child that "just right challenge" throughout their daily routines to reach their goals faster.
Early intervention through physical therapy is very important if delays are suspected or apparent in infants and toddlers. Services are determined through an evaluation and assessment. PT can help an infant or toddler reach developmental milestones that are delayed. If your infant or toddler presents with any of the following, you should consider a physical therapy evaluation:
Some of the conditions Sue specializes in treating are children with neuro-motor differences, sensory differences, and tortacolis
These sessions are in your natural environment: Stay-at-home moms may not have childcare or transportation to get away to take care of themselves, so your therapist can come to you when it is convenient for your schedule.
Your therapist can work with you outside or inside your home using her own therapy equipment including a portable table for therapeutic soft tissue work and joint mobilization, Pilates Arc for protecting clients who have Diastasis Recti post-partum.