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  • Physical Therapy for Teens


    Physical therapy helps people get back to full strength and movement - and manage pain - in key parts of the body after an illness or injury.

  • Physical Therapy for Parents


    Doctors often recommend physical therapy for kids who have been injured or have movement problems from an illness, disease, or disability. Learn more about PT.

  • Going to a Physical Therapist for Kids


    Physical therapy uses exercises and other special treatments to help people move their bodies. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Occupational Therapy for Parents


    Occupational therapy can help improve kids' cognitive, physical, and motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.

  • Arthrogryposis for Parents


    Children with arthrogryposis have stiff joints that don't move well. Treatments like splinting, bracing, therapy, and surgery help kids get the best range of motion.

  • Muscular Dystrophy for Parents


    Muscular dystrophy is a disorder that weakens a person's muscles over time. People who have the disease can gradually lose the ability to do everyday tasks.

  • Gene Therapy and Children for Parents


    Gene therapy carries the promise of cures for many diseases and for types of medical treatment most of us would not have thought possible.

  • Who's Who in the Hospital for Parents


    Parents are likely to be stressed when a child is hospitalized, and questions about the people providing medical care and what roles they play can add to the confusion. Our guide can help.

  • Newborn Brachial Plexus Injuries for Parents


    During childbirth, a brachial plexus injury can happen if the baby's neck is stretched to one side.

  • Klinefelter Syndrome for Parents


    Boys with this condition have an extra "X" chromosome that prevents them from developing normally during puberty. But hormone treatments, counseling, and other therapies can help.