Gross Motor Delay Therapy
Gross motor delay can be a very worrisome issue for parents, but we can help. It is critical that parents understand the milestones children need to meet and then meet these milestones. For instance:
At 2 months, babies should be able to hold up their head and push when lying on their tummy.
At 4 months, babies should be able to hold their head steady, roll over on their backs and bring hands to their mouth
At 6 months they should be able to sit without support
At 9 months, babies should be able to crawl and sit without support
We also help with gross motor development in older children that experienced injury, stroke, or other brain trauma.
If you do not think your child is meeting their milestones or needs gross motor help, reach out to us today. Our physical therapists are terrific and are here to help.