Children's physiotherapy

Stimulate or improve your children's psychomotor abilities through our functional therapies.

What is children's physiotherapy?

Children's physiotherapy or pediatric physiotherapy encompasses a set of evaluation and treatment methods aimed at children, understanding as such children under 15 years of age, although depending on the pathology, it will be more specific in infants.

Types of physioterpia

Respiratory physiotherapy: The main objective of respiratory physiotherapy in pediatrics is to help children expel excess secretion from the airways (mucus) that appears in usually viral infectious processes such as bronchitis or bronchiolitis since they, on their own, are not able to perform it.

Physiotherapy in infant colic: Infant colic, so frequent diagnosis in recent years, is a clinical syndrome that occurs in healthy babies less than 4 months, rarely before the first three weeks of life, and that is characterized by an intense, long duration and inconsolable crying, as the most characteristic symptom and that is associated with an immaturity of the digestive system.

Physiotherapy in congenital torticollis / brachycephaly: It is one of the most frequent disorders in newborns and usually benign in nature. The cause, generally, is a bad positioning inside the uterus in the last weeks of embryonic development, which condition a shortening of a muscle of the lateral face of the neck (Sternocleidomastoid) whose most immediate consequence is the limitation of the mobility of the head towards one side, and therefore the maintenance of it towards the opposite.

Physiotherapy in hemiparesis: We use the AHA scale to perform the evaluation, both initial and subsequent controls, and as therapy we apply restrictive intensive therapy and bimanual therapy. The ultimate goal is to ensure that acquire the maximum possible capabilities to have a level of autonomy that facilitates their day to day.

Physiotherapy in musculomotor injuries: This specialty of physiotherapy in children is, of all, the one that has the most similarities with it in adults. We address all those pathologies and injuries that happen in the locomotor system, namely: muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments… and that can happen as a result of sports injuries, blows, falls, twists…