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Voyage Mobile Physical Therapy

Helping Children Be Their Best Selves

Voyage Mobile Physical Therapy, Inc. is a mobile outpatient pediatric physical therapy practice providing children and their families access to in-home services. They currently serve the Bay Area.

Their physical therapists will come directly to YOU. Whether it’s in your own home, daycare, school, or a nearby park, their PTs will travel to your location to provide the best quality care. In-home sessions provide safety for immunocompromised patients and family members, reduce anxiety for children with difficulty in new/different environments, eliminate transit time and time off from work, and so much more.

Because children are more comfortable in their own homes, this allows VoyagePT to provide functional and productive therapeutic experiences for children to better prosper in their everyday environment.

Voyage PT can help with…

  • Torticollis/Plagiocephaly
    Newborns and infants may experience muscular tightness of their neck muscles or flat head syndrome. Causes vary, but may be due to positioning in utero. Addressing both early on is essential in preventing developmental delays.

  • Developmental Delay
    Children of all ages may demonstrate motor abilities at a lower age equivalency. Pinpointing these delays is the first step in the therapeutic journey of bringing your child back on track with their peers. Milestones to focus on include rolling, crawling, sitting, pulling to stand, cruising, walking, and many more.

  • Hypotonia/Hypertonia
    Muscle tone is defined as the resting state of our muscles. We are all on different parts of this spectrum, and if too far on either end, a child may need strengthening (for low muscle tone) or soft tissue interventions (for high muscle tone) to prevent long-term issues.

  • Reflex Integration
    Primitive reflexes may be retained and cause awkward and asymmetrical movements. Integrating these reflexes can improve coordination and gross motor skills in a developing child.

  • Toe Walking
    Consistently walking on the balls of your feet is an atypical gait pattern. It is important to find the source and address toe walking sooner than later to prevent long-term physiological changes.

  • And more
    Our PTs have experience working alongside children with autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries, cancer, muscular disorders, neurologic disorders, genetic disorders, and more.

Get to Know their Physical Therapists

Their physical therapists (PTs) hold doctoral degrees in physical therapy, specializing specifically in pediatric care, indicating their advanced training and expertise in this area. They maintain up-to-date certifications in CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and BLS (Basic Life Support), ensuring they are equipped to handle emergency situations effectively. Additionally, being licensed by the state of California underscores their professional qualifications and adherence to regulatory standards, providing assurance to clients and families of their competence and accountability in delivering care.

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