It is clear that access to early physical therapy is of utmost importance for children battling cancer and other rare diseases for several reasons. Firstly, it aids in post-surgical and procedural rehabilitation, helping children recover and regain physical function more swiftly. This is particularly crucial given the physically taxing nature of many medical interventions.
Secondly, early physical therapy plays a preventative role in safeguarding against secondary comorbidities. Many medical treatments, such as chemotherapy, can lead to physical impairments and complications. Pediatric physical therapy doctors at Cure 4 The Kids Foundation are specially trained to identify and address these issues promptly, reducing the risk of long-term health problems.
Our doctors are equipped to diagnose and treat a broad spectrum of neurological, musculoskeletal, and functional impairments commonly associated with pediatric medical treatments. Their role extends beyond treatment; they collaborate closely with the child, the provider team, and their family to maximize the child’s potential, alleviate pain, and promote active participation in daily life, whether at home or back at school.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the generous donations of The Robert and Dorothy Keyser Foundation and the Cashman Family Foundation, which have played an instrumental role in realizing this vision of providing essential physical therapy services for these young patients, allowing us to expand and provide these critical services to our community.
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