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Pediatric Physical Therapy Boulder

For over 25 years, the specially trained staff at North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation LLC has provided pediatric physical therapy in BoulderPediatric physical therapy can help numerous problems in children.  Some of the conditions we treat are; toe walking/ gait problems, scoliosis, infant torticollis, sports injuries, sprains, fractures, post op and posture problems.

Our referring providers are from CU, Boulder, Denver, and Broomfield who are pleased with our services and the quality care the Physical Therapist’s give to each of their patients. We work closely with the pediatrician and/or orthopedic physician to create a personalized program for your child.  
 
As one of the largest privately owned PT clinics in Colorado our professionals can help with a wide range of pediatric problems. Our  professionals are specially trained to help children with their physical therapy needs.  For pediatric physical therapy in Boulder contact one of our two locations for an appointment today.

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