How to Choose The Right Pediatric Physiotherapist
The first step in choosing a pediatric physiotherapist is to research potential candidates. You can start by asking your child’s pediatrician for recommendations or by searching online for local pediatric physiotherapy clinics. It’s also a good idea to check with your insurance provider to see if they have a list of preferred providers.
Don’t wait any longer to find the right pediatric physiotherapist for your child. Take the first step by using our guidelines to research, evaluate and select the best qualified and experienced professional for your child’s needs. Contact a Physiotherapist today to schedule a consultation and start your child’s journey to recovery.
- “Selecting a Pediatric Physical Therapist: What to Look for and What to Ask” by R. T. Floyd and K. L. Mathews, published in the Journal of Pediatric Physical Therapy.
- “Qualities of an Effective Pediatric Physical Therapist” by J. M. Campbell and K. J. Rose, published in Pediatric Physical Therapy.
- “Evidence-Based Practice in Pediatric Physical Therapy” by L. D. Ulrich, published in Physical Therapy.
- “The Role of the Physical Therapist in the Care of Children” by American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
- “Guiding Principles for the Care of Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and Their Families” by M. G. Mackey, published in Physical Therapy.
To learn more about health practitioners in your area or to ask about providers who address specific treatment needs, contact us today.
About the author
After working in a hospital for 3 years in Prague, Peter decided to make British Columbia his home in 2015. Thanks to his work in hospitals and private practices, he has gained a large amount of experience working with a diverse spectrum of clients and conditions – from the elderly population to young children. Peter emphasizes a holistic approach and is passionate about helping clients achieve their goals.