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Infant Physiotherapy

“Where every tiny steps matters”

Did you know that babies can benefit from physiotherapy too? We are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of infants, fostering their development and well-being right from the start. Using gentle techniques tailored to their delicate bodies, we address various concerns like torticollis, plagiocephaly, and developmental delays. Infant physiotherapy isn't just for babies – it's an opportunity for parents to learn how to support their child's growth effectively and walk away with tangible tools. Our physiotherapist provides compassionate guidance and evidence-based interventions to nurture your little one's growth and journey towards optimal health. Discover how our holistic approach to infant physiotherapy can make a profound difference in your child's life.


  • Motor Milestone Check Ups: Are you wondering if your child is hitting their motor milestones as they should? The initial two years of life play a pivotal role in establishing the groundwork for the development of gross motor skills. From rolling over and sitting up to crawling and eventually walking, these early achievements are key indicators of your child's physical development and overall well-being. Keeping track of their progress during this critical period can provide valuable insights into their growth and potential areas of concern. Our team specializes in assessing and supporting infants and toddlers as they navigate these crucial developmental stages, offering guidance and interventions to ensure they're on the right path towards motor mastery and beyond.


  • Torticollis: is a condition marked by tight muscles in the neck, leading to a preference to look in one direction. This can cause discomfort and limit the infant's range of motion. Left untreated, it may hinder head turning, feeding, and even result in an asymmetrical head shape known as plagiocephaly.


  • Plagiocephaly: is a condition characterized by irregular head shape, often appearing as a flattening on one side or the back of the skull. This condition can also impact motor development, potentially causing delays in reaching milestones. Detecting and managing plagiocephaly early is crucial to identify underlying factors and promote healthy head shape and development in infants.

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If this sounds like something you might find helpful or if you have any questions regarding Infant Physiotherapy, follow the link below to book an appointment.

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