Occupational Therapy

The transition into a new school year can bring excitement about meeting new friends, setting goals, and trying new activities. This time of year also brings changes to routines, adjustments...

Clinic opening offers new options, new resources, and a new source of hope for Charlotte families. Finding the right pediatric therapist can be a challenge. Fortunately, local parents of kids with...

Pediatric occupational therapy (OT) is a family-centered practice. Caregivers and practitioners are equal partners in providing your child with the support to allow them to develop and participate in life...

We are excited to announce that this month the Physical Therapists of Carolina Pediatric Therapy will be hosting a service event. As therapists, we recognize the cost burden for families...

From baking cookies to opening presents, the holidays provide many opportunities to facilitate the development of skills needed to participate in school! Here is a simple list of activities to...

As parents, and especially mothers, one of our primary jobs from the very early days of our children’s lives is to feed them. Inability to do so successfully can cause...

Torticollis is a condition where an infant’s neck muscles tighten and cause head turning, tilting, or position preference. The muscle responsible for turning and tilting the head runs on both sides...

5 Questions Every Parent Should Ask Before Sending their Child Back to School Executive functioning has been a buzzword in the area of education and pediatric therapy for years. However, many...