Children’s physiotherapists promote physical health and wellbeing in children and young people.
They are specialists in looking after babies, children and young people with a wide range of conditions affecting movement, development and function.
They aim to ensure children are able to do what they want, to their best ability, by giving parents and carers advice and support that is specific to their child and their family.
Physiotherapists help you to move the body in the best way possible, to help children be as independent as they can be, while they play, learn and work. We also help them to get better or manage if they have pain.
They see children and young people with a range of conditions which may affect bones, nerves, muscles, spine, brain, nerves, lungs and heart.
If you believe your child would benefit from a referral to NHS Physiotherapy, please speaks to Miss Rennison or Miss Deakin. Parents and carers can also self-refer by contact 01642 944506.
Please see their website for more information: Where you will find us – South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust