As we know, most teenagers lead such active and energetic lifestyles, as they develop, it is common for them to either strain, tear, or injure their muscles. Sometimes they can forget that their bodies are still growing, and it is easy to push it beyond its limits. However, with the right treatment and support from a qualified and professional physical therapist, we can try and keep these injuries to a minimum, to get them going again sooner.
So, when does your teenager require treatment?
We can break down this into two sections. Firstly, being preventative physical therapy for developing children and teenagers, as well as our everyday physiotherapy for injuries.
If pain is present, our physiotherapist can assist in injury prevention. Additionally, as teenagers are in their growing phase, we are skilled in helping growing issues as well as poor posture.
We’re confident we can keep growing teens active and help them throughout their physical development.
Get in touch with Pivotal Motion today!
If you’re needing to book either yourself or your child for physical therapy from a leading physiotherapist, call us! Phone 07 3352 5116 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also Book Your Appointment directly online!
Frequently Asked Questions
What do physical therapists treat?
A qualified and experienced physical therapist can treat any number of issues. From poor posture, post-surgery or major injury recovery, muscle strains, joint pain, knee, feet or ankle injuries and so much more! Look through our Injuries page to find out what service you need and make your booking!
How often should physiotherapy be done?
The frequency of sessions you will need can vary widely and will depend on the type and severity of your injury. During your first visit, your physical therapist should be able to give you an estimate on the amount of sessions needed.
Does physiotherapy really work?
Absolutely! We love to practice what we preach here at Pivotal Motion. We love communicating and working with our patients to make them feel at their best and get moving again.