Joint Range of Motion and Soft Tissue Mobilization

Occupational Therapists at Crossroads are trained to treat children that may have stiff or loose joints that may impact how they navigate a space and perform functional daily activities and tasks. Our OT’s will assist your child in improving joint range of motion in children that are diagnosed with Arthrogryposis, Cerebral Palsy, Chronic toe walking, Ehlers-Danlos, Down syndrome, Neurological conditions impacting muscle length and joint flexibility, Birth injuries/birth defects, Spina Bifida, Torticollis, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, and more. Soft tissue mobilization can be utilized by our OT’s to decrease muscle tension and tendon tightness to positively impact quality joint movement, decrease pain, and reverse compensatory motor patterns. 

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