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Private Paediatric Physiotherapy for Teenagers

About Private Paediatric Physiotherapy for Teenagers

Our private paediatric Physiotherapy service for teenagers is specifically designed for teenagers between the ages of 13-18, that need a bit of extra support. Our expert Physiotherapists work with you to manage existing conditions and to discourage other conditions from developing or worsening with age.

The service helps to promote independence as your teenager gets older, as well as teaching self-management skills and techniques as appropriate. We can also work with both parents/carers and schools to help encourage good development away from the clinic in order to maximise your teenager’s potential.

Who is Private Paediatric Physiotherapy for?

Our Physiotherapy for Teenagers service has been specifically designed for those aged between 13-18. We help to treat and manage a range of conditions including:

  • Joint and/or muscle pain
  • Injuries
  • Growth causing issues with tight muscles and/or joint restrictions
  • Poor stamina, tolerance and/or pain, limiting participation in activities and sports
  • Poor posture
  • Back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Hypermobility
  • Juvenile Idiopathic
  • Arthritis

The list is not exhaustive, so feel free to get in touch with us about our Teenager Physiotherapy service if you have any questions or concerns about your child.

How We Can Help with Private Paediatric Physiotherapy for Teenagers?

Our team of expert Child Physiotherapists are here to support your teenager, helping them to achieve their full potential as they start to get older and want independence. We use a range of specialist equipment, techniques, and child physiotherapy exercises to help achieve this, as well as providing valuable advice to parents, carers, and schools to encourage development outside of the clinic.

  • Positioning and home exercise programme support
  • Support and advice regarding equipment
  • Posture assessments
  • Gait assessments
  • Treadmill training
  • Neuro-Muscular
  • Electrical Stimulation – use of electrodes on muscles to help with sensory feedback, muscle innervation, and timing
  • Flexi Bounce Therapy
  • Muscle strengthening
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Whole-body vibration machine to help with reducing spasticity, improving muscle strength and balance, and relaxation
  • Access to lycra garments

When to See Us

If you’re not sure whether or not our Private Paediatric Physiotherapy service is right for your teenager, we’ve outlined a few scenarios below that we can help with:

  • If your child requires Private Paediatric Physiotherapy to compliment NHS treatments
  • If your child is awaiting physiotherapy treatments, but you’d like them to be seen sooner
  • If your child is not meeting developmental milestones
  • If your child has a medical condition that would benefit from Private Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • If your child requires intensive physiotherapy

If one or more of the points above sounds like your teenager, book a complimentary consultation with Therapy Stars today to see how your child could benefit from Private Paediatric Physiotherapy. We simply ask that, before the consultation, you fill in a short questionnaire to help us understand your concerns better.

Other Services

Young Adult Physiotherapy

Child Physiotherapy

Teenager Physiotherapy FAQs

If a teenager has a long-term condition that requires regular physio or they have had an injury that means they need rehabilitation of previous abilities. Our expert physiotherapists can provide their skills and knowledge ensuring sessions are productive and tailored to the exact needs of your child.

Yes. We are happy to try and fit your physiotherapy sessions in around your child’s education. Our paediatric physiotherapists can also work with the school to establish whether there is anything they can assist with to aid your child’s development.  Get in touch with us to discuss your needs.

Yes, we will continue sessions tailored to young adults. If we still have the expertise to continue your physiotherapy, there is no need for us to end your sessions. It may be that we transition the care into the self-management stage if appropriate, or provide support to those who are moving away from us.