Paediatric Physiotherapy Services in Seaford, VIC

Our Paediatric Physiotherapists are specialists in enhancing childhood physical development, including motor milestones, sensory systems, movement and play skills. ​

​At every age and every stage, we know what’s normal and expected. We understand how children learn, move and play.
Paediatric Physiotherapists are the first health provider your Paediatrician, GP or Maternal Child Health Nurse will refer you to if they have any concerns about your child’s physical development.

What we do as Paediatric Physiotherapists for your child:

  • We are your ‘go to’ for developmental assessments, management of pain or injuries and advice on childhood conditions which affect movement and participation.
  • We analyze and diagnose any physical changes which could be affecting your childs posture and movement.
  • We emphasize a hands-on approach.
  • We strive to minimise incorrect patterns of movement which can cause secondary issues.
  • We aim to promote active and efficient function within a realm of a fun learning environment.
Our Paediatric Physiotherapists are specialists in enhancing childhood physical development.

Delays in reaching motor milestones

Sporting and acute injuries, including ligament sprains and muscle strains

Pain – Neck pain, back pain, limb pain


Abnormal gait including toe walking, in-toeing, limping and hip concerns

Post surgical management of fractures

Growth-related injuries (Perthes, Sever’s, Osgood-Schlatters Disease)

Children with movement and strength difficulties

Neurological conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, Dystonia, Acquired Brain Injury

Low muscle tone and High muscle tone

Genetic conditions including Downs Syndrome

Joint Hypermobility and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, ‘floppy and bendy joints’

Medical conditions such as Congenital Heart Disease and Cancer

Rheumatic conditions such as Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

Sensory Processing Disorders where children seek or avoid movement or tactile input

Autism Spectrum Disorder (Level 1 & 2)

Juvenile Arthritis


Hands on Physiotherapy to treat musculoskeletal injuries and conditions

1:1 Therapy – To improve movement, posture and function

Sporting and biomechanical assessments

Gait and posture assessments

Footwear and equipment advice

NDIS equipment prescription

Providing home exercise programs

Liaising with your child’s allied health team, kinder, school, PE teacher or coach to achieve their goals

Our Ocean Kids Health team are here to help you and your child thrive!