Pediatric physical therapy
Functional exercises based on the correction of postural alterations such as
scoliosis, flat feet, knee valgus or varus, pointe walking, hip rotation, among
Treatment that encompasses a set of techniques and tools aimed at achieving
functional goals in children who have limitations in their neurodevelopment.
Neurological intervention in premature infants
Approach focused on avoiding or treating neurodevelopmental delay in children at
high neurological risk who presented prematurity as the main factor.
Therasuit intensive program
Consists of the specific facilitation of movement components with therapeutic
suits accompanied by an intensive program which consists of 60 hours distributed
over 5 days a week for 4 weeks together with a pulley system, spider and UEU
cabin to establish new patterns of posture and movement to integrate them into
the daily life of the patient.
This program offers many benefits for children with motor difficulties such as:
Cerebral palsy, Developmental delay, Hypotonia, Ataxia, Down syndrome, among
CME (Cuevas Medek Exercises)
Set of exercises that provoke automatic motor reactions, leading the child to
experience and carry out a logical sequence of development activities, which did
not previously had, totally focused on the active participation of the patient.
Therapeutic exercise involves a series of movements that aim to improve range of
motion and strength. The exercise can be passive or active.
Manual therapy is classified as soft tissue techniques and joint techniques.
Both help reduce pain and improve the function of the muscles and joints.
Kinesiology taping or Kinesio tape is used to help change muscle tone, correct
movement, and posture.