WHY PACE PHYSIO?
Personalized - Timely - Flexible - Evidence Based
Family Centred: develop goals and treatment plan together, individualized
home program for your infant or child.
Early Identification: postural, motor control and activity difficulties
Convenient Location: home, daycare, playground, community centre
Flexible: single or multiple sessions
Evidence Based: Computerized assessment with standardized testing.
Classes: Small classes for parents with infants, toddlers with & without special needs
PACE PHYSIO SERVICES
Provide child and family centred care which recognizes that each child and family are different and unique.
Honouring your values and cultural, linguistic, racial and socioeconomic diversity.
POSTURAL AND MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT & DIAGNOSIS
I will hear your story and take a detailed history of your concerns.
I will examine your child's movement difficulties within the framework recommended by the Canadian (CPA) & American Physical Therapy Associations (APTA).
I will use standardized tests to determine the extent of your child's difficulties in relation to their peers.
TREATMENT & THERAPY
We will develop the goals and treatment plan together, to respond to your concerns for your infant or child.
I will suggest developmentally appropriate services tailor made to your needs for your infant or child.
We will follow treatment ideas, as determined by "Best Practice" in the physiotherapy national organizations.
We will watch your infant or child's progress together
and update goals & revise the treatment plan.
Physiotherapy services will happen where you want them: at home, in daycare or on the playground.
Your child will be discharged when your child no longer needs services.
Regular communication with your doctors (paediatrician, neurology, orthopaedics etc).
Linkages with other rehabilitation professionals as needed (OT, PT, Speech, Psychology, Orthotist)
Online Daily Notes
Discharge plans discussed at the outset
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Early screening for Autism Spectrum
Brachial Plexus Injury
Challenges with Activity level, Fitness
Delays in Development
Developmental Coordination Disorder
Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Torticollis / Plagiocephaly