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Children's Physiotherapy Assessment & Treatment

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Physiotherapy

At Therapy Stars, our Children’s Physiotherapy services are available from birth, right up to the age of 18, and beyond where needed. We work with children who have a wide range of conditions, including injuries, developmental conditions, musculoskeletal conditions, genetic conditions, neurological conditions, and more.

Get in touch with us today and book a complimentary telephone consultation to see how Therapy Stars could help support you and your child.

Our Private Paediatric Physiotherapy Services

Baby Physiotherapy

Toddler Physiotherapy

Child Physiotherapy

Teenager Physiotherapy

Children's physiotherapy

Young Adult Physiotherapy

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How Does Our Children’s Physiotherapy Service Work?

The first step on your journey with Therapy Stars is to book a Children’s Physiotherapy assessment appointment. Our comprehensive Physiotherapy assessments allow our team to find out more information about your child, their needs and goals, and how we can help to achieve these. They are also when we can start to build our long-lasting, successful relationship with both your child and family, which is key to effective and excellent Children’s Physiotherapy.


Prior to your Physiotherapy assessment appointment, we politely ask that you fill in our parent questionnaire, found below. The questionnaire covers your main reasons for requesting Children’s Physiotherapy, any relevant information about your child, including medical and birth history, and any other professionals involved in your child’s health. The questionnaire should be returned to us before your child’s initial Physiotherapy assessment if possible. This information enables our Paediatric Physiotherapists to read through the information before the assessment, allowing more time for a thorough physical assessment.


We offer Childrens Physiotherapy assessments at our clinic in Penley, however these can also be completed at home, if required. The assessment appointment can last anywhere up to 1 hour, but this may be longer/shorter depending on the child/young adult and their needs. Some children may need their Physiotherapy assessment session to be split into shorter sessions, or have longer sessions, but this can be discussed on the day.

What Happens at a Physiotherapy Assessment?

A Children’s Physiotherapy assessment may include assessing your child’s joints, muscles and functional abilities. Please be aware that the Therapist may need to ask for your child to be partially undressed in order to effectively complete the examination. After the assessment is completed your Paediatric Physiotherapist may provide some advice or devise a simple home exercise programme. You will also have the chance to discuss whether or not further Paediatric Physiotherapy treatment would be beneficial for your child, ask any questions that you may have and plan ongoing Physiotherapy treatment if required.

Book A Complimentary Call Now

If you’d like to find out if your child would benefit from private paediatric Physiotherapy from the Therapy Stars team, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. A friendly member of staff will be able to advise on the best course of action to take, as well as guidance on the next steps. Book your complimentary kids or baby physio phone call using the button below.

Parent Questionnaire

If your child requires physiotherapy, please click on the link below and fill out our Parent Questionnaire prior to their first appointment. This will save time when your child’s Therapist visits to assess your child.

Physiotherapy Packages

Table of physiotherapy packages
Table of childrens physiotherapy packages

Read about our terms & conditions for our long term packages here. 

Why Choose Therapy Stars?

We’re a team of passionate Paediatric Physiotherapists, specialising in the tailored treatment of babies, children, and young adults who may have been diagnosed with a disability or other long term conditions. Our friendly team works out of our Physiotherapy clinic in Wrexham, which contains a vast range of equipment designed to get your child moving and feeling better. When you work with Therapy Stars, you’ll receive dedicated support in a caring environment from an expert and professional team.

Children’s Physiotherapy FAQs

Below, we’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions about our Physiotherapy for babies and children. If you want to ask a question that we haven’t answered below, please feel free to contact us.

A Children’s Physiotherapy assessment may include assessing your child’s joints, muscles and functional abilities. Please be aware that the Therapist may need to ask for your child to be partially undressed in order to effectively complete the examination.

After the assessment is completed your Paediatric Physiotherapist may provide some advice or devise a simple home exercise programme. You will also have the chance to discuss whether or not further Children’s Physiotherapy treatment would be beneficial for your child, ask any questions that you may have and plan ongoing Physiotherapy treatment if required.

A Children’s Physiotherapist specialises in the assessment and treatment of injuries, long-term conditions, and other elements that might affect a child’s mobility. Our team of Physiotherapists will be able to assess the root cause, the best course of treatment, and be able to develop a tailored Physiotherapy plan for your child or young person to follow – this may also involve at-home exercises. .

Our team can treat a range of symptoms and conditions including hypermobility, tip toe walking, developmental delay, muscular dystrophy, and more.

If you’d like to learn more about which symptoms Physiotherapy may help to relieve, why not explore one of our recent blog posts – ‘What Conditions Can Children’s Physiotherapy Treat?’

There are a number of reasons why a child may need Physiotherapy, some of which could include:

  • An injury that doesn’t seem to be recovering
  • Diagnosed with a long term condition
  • Limited levels of mobility
  • Not reaching key developmental milestones

We’ve written an in-depth article exploring many of the reasons why a child might need Physiotherapy, as well as the signs to look out for, and how to choose the right private paediatric Physiotherapist for you.

Paediatric Physio Is the Physio treatment of babies, children, and young adults.. Our team of paediatric Physiotherapists have extensive Physio experience, with a plethora of additional knowledge around the needs of younger people. 

A private Paediatric Physiotherapy assessment can last up to one hour. These can be shorter or longer depending on the nature of your visit, and the needs of your child. Some young people or kids might need their Physiotherapy assessment to be split over a number of days. If so, our team is happy to accommodate this.

To start seeing progress, most children will require at least three sessions of Physiotherapy, however, this will differ depending on the nature of your visit. If you’re looking to see quicker results in a shorter time frame, why not explore our Intensive service? Intensive Physio includes daily sessions at our clinic in Wrexham, over a shorter time period. Find out more in one of our recent articles.