What we can do for your child?
We’re very lucky at Bradley Stoke Physio & Health to have such a passionate Paediatric Physiotherapist who is dedicated to improving your child’s quality of life.
When your child lives with cerebral palsy or another neurological condition, or has a developmental delay, Jo McMeechan, knows that the effects are not just physical but emotional as well. She also knows that the effects are felt by the family as well by as the child.
So Jo's care and treatment of your child radiates from the focus on increasing your child’s abilities to move and play, through to working with you as a family too.
Fun and inspiring sessions pitched at the right level, and their joy as they recognise the progress they are making, will motivate your child to achieve even more for themselves.
Jo will share advice and exercises, making sure anything you can do as parents and carers outside of their sessions can be incorporated into family life.
Both physically and emotionally, your child will feel lighter, more confident and happier. Together you will delight in their progress as take more and more advantage of the opportunities in family life, with friends, at school and clubs.
What children’s physical developmental conditions do we treat?
Conditions that Jo can treat include:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) – pre and post operation
- Physical Developmental Delay
- Intoeing gait
- Co-ordination disorders
- Toe walking
What therapies do we use to support children’s physical development?
Jo is a Paediatric Physiotherapist who uses physiotherapy to treat children at home, school or at the Bradley Stoke Physio & Health clinic. She can deliver treatment in liaison with other therapists or people who may support and work with your child where needed.
Click the link for more information about Physio for Children.
Meet our Paediatric Physiotherapist
Click Jo McMeechan to find out more about our Children's Physiotherapist.
How do you know if you need us?
Our Children’s Movement service is particularly sought by parents and carers of children whose child:
- Lives with neurological conditions such as Cerebral Palsy
- Was born with a congenital condition that effects them physically
- Is preparing for, or recovering from, Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) surgery
If your child wants to be better, faster or stronger in the way that they move in order to improve their quality of life and ability to socialise then give us a ring.
How much does it cost?
See our price list for details of how much treatment under our Children’s Movement service costs or refer to the Physio for Children page where you'll find the price at the bottom of the page. The overall cost will depend on for how long you would like to receive treatment. For long-term treatment plans you are invited to discuss the costs with Jo.