Developmental Co-ordination difficulties

Developmental or co-ordination difficulties can be common and may be part of the typical development curve for a child. However, it may also be due to a condition known commonly as Dyspraxia / Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD). A child may have difficulties with their fine and gross motor skills, examples can include problems doing up buttons, being able to hop, catch or balance well. If we feel that the difficulties are significant, we can ask your GP to refer on to a paediatrician or another service,

The StarPhysio therapy team are highly experienced paediatric physiotherapists and have a wide range of clinical experience working with children with co-ordination difficulties and Dyspraxia / DCD. We can either provide one to one therapy or work with you to develop an exercise programme, which you can carry out at home. We can also provide intervention in the hydrotherapy pool.