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Physiotherapy at Lansdowne (PT)
Physiotherapy at Lansdowne (PT)

Physiotherapists at Lansdowne Children’s Centre provide assessment and treatment for infants, children and youth up to age 19, with difficulties in muscle strength, joint range of motion, quality of movement, tone and gross motor development. Treatment includes teaching strategies to the family, caregivers and clients to improve function. Physiotherapy also provides support in accessing mobility equipment such as wheelchairs and walkers.

What are examples of challenges addressed with physiotherapy?

Muscle strength and range

Muscle tone (ie. ability to relax a muscle)

Quality of movement

Gross motor skills (ex. rolling, crawling, walking, waving)

Access to mobility equipment


Children living in Brantford, Brant County, Haldimand County, Norfolk County, Six Nations of the Grand River and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations, are eligible for Community Based Rehab Services (CBRS) from birth through to their 19th birthday.

Goals, Skills and Keywords


Lansdowne physiotherapy services may be provided in Brantford (Brant County), in Simcoe (Norfolk County), Caledonia and/or Dunnville (Haldimand County). Once a referral to Community Based (CBRS) Physiotherapy Services has been completed, your child will be placed on an Assessment Waitlist. Our team will contact you to book your appointment when your turn comes. You and your child will meet with a Physiotherapist (PT) at a Lansdowne site, where general information sharing and informal and standardized testing of skills will occur. These tests help to determine your child’s abilities and needs in areas relevant to physiotherapy. Once the assessment is completed your PT will meet with you and your child to review findings, develop goals with you and will determine the best plan of intervention for your child, following our care pathways.
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Are you passionate about helping infants, children and youth realize their potential? Are you seeking a career in pediatrics? Discover why team members join Lansdowne Children's Centre.

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