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Paediatric Physiotherapy

  

Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.


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Coventry Guidance  

Community Paediatric Physiotherapy

The service is organised into 3 clinical teams which see specific populations of children and young people. These are as follows:

Early Years Team-Premature babies leaving SCBU and preschool children up to reception age presenting with developmental delay or physical difficulties.

Mainstream Schools Team-Children and young people who attend a mainstream school. This may include children with life long conditions as well as children who may require short term rehabilitation.

Specialist Schools Team -Children and young people who attend a specialist school who have a physical  and/or a learning disability

Referral Advice

                                                  

Referrals
  • Please complete referral form (see right) and send to:

Children & Young People’s Physiotherapy Service, Paybody Building,  C/O 4th Floor City of Coventry Health Centre, 2 Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry CV1 4FS

Contact

Tel: 024 7696 1455

For more information on this service, please see link in the right-hand panel.

Secondary Care Paediatric Orthopaedic Physiotherapy UHCW Service Currently Unavailable

This service cannot currently be referred to due to a retirement vacancy

Paediatric physio referrals should now be sent to:

Children & Young People’s Physiotherapy Service, Paybody Building,  C/O 4th Floor City of Coventry Health Centre, 2 Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry CV1 4FS Tel: 024 7696 1455

Rugby & South Warwickshire Guidance  

Community Paediatric Physiotherapy

  • 0-18 (or 0-19 in special education)
  • Resident in Warwickshire and / or Rugby GP

The child should present with physical difficulties which is evident in their gross motor development, balance and stability or strength. Difficulties in these areas may impact on their ability to meet milestones or develop gross motor skills at home, in leisure activities or at school.

The child should present with physical and or/ mobility difficulties that impact on their gross motor skills within those environments and need assessment.

We are an integrated health and social care Physiotherapy team working with children and young people (0-19) who have physical and learning difficulties across Warwickshire. Our physiotherapists aim to help your child reach their full potential through providing physical intervention, advice and support. We work with children and their families/ carers in a variety of settings, including schools, nurseries and home

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