Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

At Therapy Connections, physical therapists aid in developing and enhancing a child's gross motor skills to increase independence with movement in settings from school, home, and within the community.

Skills that may be addressed consist of balance, coordination, strength and flexibility. A variety of play activities are used to maximize a child's independence in their environment and their ability to interact with same-aged peers during movement activities.

Therapy Connections will provide a wide range of therapeutic services using evidence based techniques, and an interdisciplinary approach, allowing children with disabilities to achieve their highest potential.

Services are provided to children of all ages and various diagnoses that include Cerebral Palsy, Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism, Dyspraxia, Down syndrome, Spina Bifida, and Language and Developmental Delays


Areas Addressed

Physical Therapy is often recommended to address the following:

  • Generalized muscle weakness
  • Orthotic management
  • Biking skills/Amtryke
  • Toe walking
  • Gait training
  • Delayed gross motor skills
  • Poor posture
  • Reduced endurance
  • Difficulty with gross motor activities
  • Recovering from injury
  • Coordination

Meet our Physical Therapists


Mr. Bo


Ms. Laura


Ms. Marcia


Ms. Sandy


Ms. Kari

Physical Therapy Services

Physical Therapy Services

These are more of our common therapies, but we offer many more - please ask if you are looking for something specific.


We offer a wide range of evaluations. If you need a specific one, please let us know. Below are our most commonly requested:

Physical Therapy
  • BOT-2
  • PDMS-2
  • M-ABC
  • HELP

Pediatric Orthopedics

Therapy Connections is excited to extend services to pediatric orthopedic clients with varying concerns. Therapist-directed exercies and activities improve muscular strength, range of motion, and endurance.

Strength Training

Therapist-directed exercises and activities improve muscular strength and endurance.  Examples include:  lifting weights, body weight exercises, and use of resistance bands.

Heavy Work

Heavy work is a type of proprioceptive input to the body that assists with calming, regulation, and attention. Proprioceptive input involves resistance to and/or against the muscles and joints of the body. Often, it involves pulling joints apart (ex: hanging, pulling/carrying heavy items, etc.) or compressing joints together (ex: pushing heavy items, deep pressure against the body, etc). Heavy work can be very beneficial for increased sensory processing and body awareness as well as strengthening to large muscle groups.

Biking Therapy

Skills for riding a bike begin at a very early age. Children first learn to ride “push bikes” at 18 months. Children then progress to riding a tricycle around 3 years old to a 2-wheeled bike with training wheels at approximately 4 years old and without training wheels at around the age of 5. Biking therapy helps identify skills lacking to complete bike riding independently. Biking promotes balance, strength, endurance, reciprocal movement, hand and eye coordination, safety awareness, and body awareness.

Commonly Requested Services

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If you are looking for a specific service or type of treatment - please ask! Our staff are widely trained and certified on a number of different types of therapeutic treatments. Below are some of the most requested services; however we have many more that we can offer.



Our therapists will evaluate if your child would benefit from the assistance of orthotic devices. If so, we will assist you in working with your child's doctor to obtain the necessary insurance approval.


Durable Medical Equipment

Our Physical Therapists help children with a wide array of DMEs - including walkers, gait trainers, and more. If you need help getting, using, adjusting, or practicing with a piece of equipment, please let us know.

Kinesio Tape

Kinesio Tape

This is a rehabilitative taping technique designed to provide support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body's range of motion. It also helps prolong the benefits of manual therapy.



Our therapists can choose from a number of balance-building treatments including: Bosu Boards, React Boards, and Airex. .

Biking Therapy

Biking Therapy

Biking promotes balance, strength, endurance, reciprocal movement, hand and eye coordination, safety awareness, and body awareness.

Treadmill Training

Treadmill Training

Treadmill Training is a body awareness therapeutic treatment to help children improve strength, balance, endurance, and overall coordination.

Therapy Connections

We provide a range of services under the categories of Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy to children of all ages and various diagnoses. We provide customized programs & education focused on achieving positive outcomes.


  • Monday - Friday: By appointment



2498 Dayton Xenia Rd. | Beavercreek, OH 45434


(937) 427-1919

(937) 427-1949

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