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Physical therapist Tina Duong, PT, MPT, describes pediatric physical therapy.

Pediatric physical therapists provide support and services for children from birth to age 21, and their families. They work with kids who have developmental disabilities to help them develop, restore, and improve mobility.

Physical therapists are movement experts. They improve quality of life through hands-on care, patient education, and prescribed movement.

Contact a physical therapist to get an evaluation and treatment that's specific to you. To find a physical therapist in your area, visit Find a PT.

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