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Physiotherapy for Kids in Cairns

Updated: Jul 21, 2021

Why should I take my child to a specialised Paediatric Physiotherapist?


Paediatric physiotherapists are specially trained to work with children that have: breathing difficulties, sensory system impairments, musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions, infants born with a diagnosed or suspected neurological or chromosomal conditions such as Cerebral Palsy or Down Syndrome.

In a private practice clinic, the most common reasons a parent may think to take their child to the physio if they are concerned about their motor development or they are concerned about a physical presentation such as constantly looking to one side, a flat spot on the back of the head or an odd position of the feet.

Physiotherapists are trained to work from neonates upwards, and can complete further training to specialise in paediatric physiotherapy.


You do not need a referral to come and see me at Physio Boss


If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment please contact the clinic on 04 47934531

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