Harpenden Physiotherapy’s aim is to offer every family a specialised, evidence based service. This is tailored to your child’s needs and yours as a parent. Without the constraints of the NHS, we have the luxury of spending as much time with you and your child as we need in order to get the most out of them during paediatric physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
How We Work and Our Aims
Our Harpenden Physiotherapists treat children at our clinics or at home in a child’s own environment if you feel that this is more appropriate. We also offer ongoing support and do not discharge after a set number of treatments. There are a number of treatment options that will depend on a child’s functional ability and rehabilitation goals.
These aims of treatment can include:
- To have a full understanding of both your concerns as a parent and your child’s problems
- To diagnose and identify areas which can be improved with physiotherapy, sharing assessment findings and treatment plans
- To actively involve you and your child in joint goal setting and treatment planning
What Musculoskeletal Conditions Can We Treat?
Like adults, children are susceptible to musculoskeletal injuries. They can also be related to the growing process. Children are not ‘mini-adults’ and therefore require paediatric physiotherapy to ensure that treatment is thorough, effective and safe.
Conditions treated include:
- Flat feet and over-pronation
- Gait problems
- Growing pains
- Hip joint problems and pain
- Knee pain
- Osgood-Schlatters disease
- Post operative rehabilitation
- Scoliosis management advice
- Severs disease
- Sports injuries
How Can You Contact Us?
If you would like to find out more about how our paediatric physiotherapy in Hertfordshire services can help your family needs and work with you to help rehabilitate your child’s problem, please call us on 01582 761448 or get in touch.
How are we ensuring that our practice is safe during the COVID-19 situation?
According to current COVID-19 information and advice, Harpenden Physiotherapy are taking the following measures to protect all those visiting the clinic:
- Screening all patients at the point of booking in line with Government guidelines.
- Screening all patients, staff and visitors upon arrival into the clinic.
- Providing all visitors access to alcohol-based hand sanitizer upon entry and exit.
- Increasing the frequency and thoroughness of cleaning around the building.
- Reminding all visitors of the importance of personal hygiene and best practices, such as regular handwashing, which are displayed on posters throughout the clinics.
For more information on our health & safety practices please read our COVID-19 information guide.