Occupational Therapy & Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy is a specialty therapy field that helps people in all areas of developmental and life skills including sensory processing, sensorimotor, perceptual motor, fine motor and gross motor, visual motor and visual perception, mental health, cognitive skills, executive function skills, behavior management, social-emotional needs and activities of daily living.
Physical Therapy is a specialty therapy field that help people develop functional mobility, strength, endurance and improved health. Pediatric physical therapy focuses on support the trajectory of gross motor development including building lower extremity and core strength, postural control, gait patterns, balance, coordination, improved motor planning, play skills and functional navigation of all environments. Physical therapy may also support acquisition or fit of mobility devices (wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, etc.) or orthotics.
At Mighty Minds and Muscles, our practice is based on a neurodevelopmental approach. We strongly believe in strengthening the foundational sensory processing, neurological reflexes and visual skills that support higher level functioning tasks such as: academics, behavior, socialization and self-confidence. We believe in a team-approach including collaborating with one's school and the whole family.
Speech Therapy also available onsite. Call for details.
For more information about developmental skills
and therapy terminology, go to our Definitions Gallery.
Our therapists have been certified in numerous therapy techniques including:
LISTENING & READING PROGRAMS:
MOVEMENT and NEURODEVELOPMENT TECHNIQUES:
Sensory Processing (Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests-SIPT)
Integral Hatha Yoga
Yoga for the Special Child
Simonson Modern Dance Technique
Interior Design (for Sensory Rooms & Organized homes)
Product Development (toy design & adaptation)
Experienced provider of:
Handwriting Without Tears
Beckman Oral Motor Therapy
Ready Set Learn
We work with ALL ages (including babies, teens and adults) who have:
Sensory Processing Disorder
Dyspraxia (coordination delays)
Dysgraphia (fine motor delays)
Dyscalculia (math disorders)
Visual Processing difficulties
Central Auditory Processing Disorder
Dyslexia & Reading Disorders
Brachial Plexus injury
Agenesis of the corpus callosum
Primary Motor Stereotypies
PTEN (Cowden's Syndrome)
*Select techniques (For MNRI - "Masgatova-In-Training")