Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy of Hudson Valley, PLLC
Our mission is to help children achieve their personal best to enjoy the highest quality of life possible. We create a compassionate, supportive environment where we enable parents to participate in their child’s improvement, advocate for the right services for every child, and celebrate each success along the way.
Helping Children Achieve Their Personal Best
Our pediatric physical therapists are skilled at assessing your child’s gross motor abilities, strength and flexibility as it relates to everyday tasks. We develop goals for your child based on their specific needs. Our physical therapists keep the sessions fun and engaging while helping your child recover from an injury or improve their ability to crawl, roll, sit, walk, run, jump, and maintain their balance.
Our leading edge pediatric occupational therapists help your child develop and strengthen their fine motor, sensory motor, and visual motor skills. Your child will learn skills like dressing themselves, feeding themselves, handwriting, fine motor control, social interaction, and emotional/behavioral self-regulation through play, and our child friendly occupational therapists love to play!
Our team is committed to the values behind our mission to help children achieve their person best:
- Compassion for you and your child.
- Collaborating with parents and doctors to participate in your support network.
- Enabling parents through education to participate in their child’s improvement.
- Advocating for and doing what is most beneficial for you and your child.
- Celebrating each success along the way!
Children from birth through adolescence benefit from physical and occupational therapy for a variety of reasons, including:
- Children who are not meeting their developmental milestones from birth through five years old.
- Children with medical or neurological conditions that can be improved with therapy.
- Children who have injured themselves and need rehabilitation.
- Children who receive physical or occupational therapy at school, but need additional help to reach their goals.
How do I know if my child has developmental delays?
All children develop differently, but developmental milestones help us understand the timeframe that children start performing activities like crawling, walking, and dressing themselves. A physical or occupational therapy assessment can help determine if your child hasn’t reached age-appropriate developmental milestones.
"Our son was 3 months old when we noticed a developmental delay. PPOT’s staff was fantastic. Not only by easing our family’s concerns but by helping him overcome his 1 ½ month delay. We saw dramatic improvement within the first few weeks of treatment. We couldn’t have asked for a better place to bring our son for physical therapy." – N.B.