Our Services - Orthopedic Pediatrics & Sports Medicine Pediatrics
Advanced Center for Physical Therapy

Advanced Center for Physical Therapy evaluates and treats sports and orthopedic conditions in children and young adults providing structured activities that help children restore function following an injury or illness.

How is orthopedic pediatrics approached at Advanced Center for Physical Therapy?

Our expert staff creates customized programs to safely promote, restore, and maintain your child’s full functional abilities. We also provide guidelines for injury prevention and return to play throughout the course of treatment.

Why is it one of our specialties?

As you know, a child or young adult participating in sports while going through the growth and maturation phase of life is susceptible to unique injuries and disorders. Strength, Flexibility, Power, Coordination, Agility, Speed, Core Strength can all be compromised with a simple injury or imbalance in the musculoskeletal system. These losses may persist even after pain or other symptoms have subsided, and they must be treated to avoid further injury and limitation of activity.
Ultimately our goal is to provide children with the opportunity to participate in sports and regular physical activity in a way that is both safe and enjoyable to them and their families. We promote a lifetime wellness approach to help prevent chronic diseases later in adulthood.

What type of conditions does Advanced Center for Physical Therapy treat?

We treat children with a variety of conditions, including sprains, tears and strains of ligaments and muscles

  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
  • Foot and ankle problems and orthotics
  • Chronic subluxation and dislocations
  • Fractures and stress fractures
  • Sever's disease (heel pain)
  • Osgood Schlatter's disease (knee pain)
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
  • Scoliosis
  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • We also provide exercise prescriptions for cancer, diabetes mellitus, sports agility, sports enhancement programs and obesity