Allied Therapy's Physiotherapists offer early intervention for children who may have neurological and developmental delays as well as sensory impairments related to hearing and vision.Physiotherapy also helps children with biomechanical, positional, and sports injuries.

Allied Therapy treatment begins with an assessment. During this time, the Physiotherapist will discuss your child’s medical history, their needs, create goals, and perform a full assessment of range, strength, balance, and whatever else may be relevant to your child’s condition. From these findings, a personalized treatment plan is created and reviewed in detail with your therapist, who will answer any questions you may have.


Following our assessment of your child’s condition, a personalized treatment plan will be created specifically for them. This treatment plan will involve hands-on treatment on behalf of our physiotherapist as well as exercises and activities to perform at home. Depending on the relevance to your child’s condition and needs, treatment may include work targeted towards:

  • Posture

  • Movement and range of motion

  • Strength and endurance

  • Agility

  • Gross or fine motor skills

  • Balance and coordination

  • Functional activities

  • Activity modification

  • And much more…

Allied Therapy Client playing outside with Physiotherapist

Allied Therapy's Physiotherapists are Registered Members of the Nova Scotia College of Physiotherapists