Focused, Specialized Physical Therapy for Children in Utah
The Intensive Physical Therapy Model at IPTI Works!
What is Intensive Physical Therapy?
Many physical therapists focus on treating adults, but children need special care suited to their age and developmental abilities. At the Intensive Physical Therapy Institute (IPTI), based in Salt Lake City’s Millcreek area, we specialize in pediatric patients. Our dedicated therapists are trained in helping children with injuries and disabilities, both congenital and acquired.
Some of the conditions our therapists have treated successfully:
- Tourette Syndrome
- Spinal Cord Injury, both Congenital and Traumatic
- Developmental Delays
- Chromosomal Disorder
- Cerebral Palsy (CP)
- Bowel and Bladder Problems
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Spina Bifida
Through our Intensive Physical Therapy Model and neurodevelopment treatment (NDT) methods, it is possible for children to reprogram their brains where there is dysfunction. This method is also effective for treatment of relatively minor injuries such as sprains and breaks, and for more serious problems such as scoliosis.
Our team of physical therapy specialists can also use NDT to help with special needs such as Cerebral Palsy. We don’t believe your child is stuck at a certain level due to his or her diagnosis. Instead, your child with disabilities may reach a higher level of functioning and become less dependent on others for care. We use hands-on, individual treatment to help alleviate function and movement problems and help your child reach full potential.
Do You Have Questions about IPTI of Salt Lake City?
Few therapists use the Intensive Physical Therapy Model for children with disabilities in the Utah area, but we know how effective it can be. We also understand that you may have questions. We are happy to explain the research behind our methodology, share success stories and help you figure out how to coordinate care with your child’s other doctors and how to pay for this advanced treatment. Call our Salt Lake City offices to learn more.
Free Kids Physical Therapy Consultations
If your child could benefit from the specialized pediatric care available from our physical therapists, ask for a free consultation. We will meet with you for between 15 and 30 minutes to discuss your goals as a family, and then together we can make a plan for treatment.