Jersey City NJ Physical Therapy Center Pediatric Physical Therapy Launched

Jersey City, NJ physical therapy center Liberty Physical Therapy has launched pediatric physical therapy services in the city. Located in Downtown Jersey City, the physical therapy practice treats a wide range of movement anomalies and physical conditions in infants, toddlers, children, and teens.

Jersey City, United States - May 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Jersey City, NJ physical therapy center Liberty Physical Therapy announced the launch of pediatric physical therapy services in the city. The center provides evidence-based, child-friendly physical therapy in New Jersey for children from the age of 3 months through to adolescents aged 18.

More information about Liberty Physical Therapy is available at https://www.libertyptnj.com

Liberty Physical Therapy works towards helping children and teens learn to move, play, and function through gentle yet focused therapy sessions administered in a relaxing and caring environment.

Pediatric physical therapy at the Jersey City practice plays a major role in the effective treatment and management of several conditions. These include developmental delays, gross motor delays, low or high muscle tone, gait anomalies, genetic conditions, and coordination issues.

Licensed pediatric physical therapists at Liberty Physical Therapy are qualified and experienced in the treatment of motor dysfunctions and movement anomalies associated with clubfoot, congenital muscular torticollis, brachial plexus injuries, cerebral palsy, and sports injuries.

The center specializes in work with children suffering from complex conditions such as Down’s syndrome, prematurity, and autism spectrum disorders. Each child is evaluated by a Jersey City licensed pediatric physical therapist and is treated using a hands-on approach through an individualized treatment plan.

Pediatric physical therapy is delivered in sessions of 45 minutes which include age-appropriate toys and activity-based treatments. Children and teens are evaluated for progress during each session and encouraged to achieve new goals.

According to a spokesperson for the Jersey City, NJ physical therapy center for children, “A large number of children suffer from various developmental, orthopedic, neurological & genetic disorders. Early identification and treatment is the key to prevent further deterioration and disability. We look forward to giving children the opportunity to receive therapy in a comforting and encouraging environment.”

Liberty Physical Therapy was established in 2011 as a personalized physical therapy center located in Downtown Jersey City. More information is available by calling 201-366-1116 or by visiting https://www.libertyptnj.com/pediatric-physical-therapy/ and the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Deepak Mittal
Organization: Liberty Physical Therapy
Address: 115 Christopher Columbus Dr Suite 3000, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302, United States
Website: https://www.libertyptnj.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 514316

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