KCG Pediatric PT

KCG Pediatric PT provides specialized physical therapy for pediatric patients.

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10/09/2020

Pelvic floor dysfunction isn’t just some thing that happens to women after childbirth. Pelvic floor dysfunction in children means that their muscles aren’t relaxing properly to let p**p/p*e out or contracting properly to hold it in!!!

This dysfunction can result in painful voiding, constipation, and leaks of p*e and p**p. Once the muscles are able to coordinate properly, the body can get rid of waste when it needs to.

This education of the pelvic floor muscles can be done with biofeedback, which in the pediatric world we call “butt video games”. Yes, that’s right. Small stickers (electrodes) are placed on the child’s bottom and they use the pelvic floor muscles to control a game on the computer. Kids LOVE this and are able to pick up coordination of their pelvic floor in just a few sessions. One of the games prompts kiddos to “bloom” a rose by relaxing their muscles, and return it to a bud by contracting their muscles!!!

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For those that haven’t heard, we are back in the clinic for regular Tuesday/Thursday clinic hours. Franklin is excited to see you!
As always, appointments can be made online through our website or over the phone.

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Meet Molly, the KCG Pediatric PT TeleClinic supervisor. You’ll likely see her in the background of one of our session, or hear her snoring!
We are all doing the best we can! If that means a virtual session, we are here! If that means a break for a few weeks, we are here! Reach out with your questions and updates, or just to say hi! 👋
Stay well. 🤗

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Hi everyone! We are moving to virtual visits for the next two weeks in order to keep everyone safe and healthy. Please do not hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns. Stay well!

www.kcgpediatricpt.com
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Posted because we can’t share this info enough!!!! Torticollis. It won’t go away on its own or without proper treatment.
Commonly seen in infants, torticollis is a tightening of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (abbreviated SCM) of the neck, which results in a preference for a tilt of the head and/or rotation of the head to one side. Due to the structure of the SCM muscle, the tilt will be toward the same side of the tight muscle, and the rotation will be to the opposite side of the tight muscle. For example: if the SCM on the child’s left side is tight, they will show a preference for a left head tilt and turning their head toward the right. It is not uncommon to see only one symptom; a head tilt or a rotation preference.

Left untreated, torticollis causes a position preference which can result in plagiocephaly (flattening of one side of the head). A rotation preference can also lead to early hand preference and the development of abnormal or asymmetrical movements such as only rolling over one side.
Learn ways to prevent torticollis with our infant development series classes! Visit www.kcgpediatricpt.com for more details.

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Loving this new book in our basket! Normalizing potty experiences is key to potty training success!
When potty issues aren’t talked about, it’s easy to develop feelings of shame when p*e/p**p issues arise.
It’s okay to let your kids know you go to the potty too!
**ps **ptoo

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We gliterally can’t wait to see what the new year brings!!! Happy new year and happy Friday!
We find that by helping our kiddos stay organized with a cute folder for their homework logs that there’s more compliance with the homework and bringing it to each session!
Organization and a little sparkle are always a great combination to us!

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HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE!!!! December 14th from 11-3!
Join me for food, games, prizes and more! Mini photo sessions require advanced registration.
Can’t wait to see you there!!!

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Join us for the Holiday open house on December 14th from 11-3pm!!! There are mini photo sessions still available, and rumor has it 🎅🏻 will be making an appearance!
I would LOVE to see you there!!!! .
RSVP on the website!

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This is one of my favorite toys to use in a session! Toys should be stimulating to the senses and promote development.
Not only is it an amazing one for babies to chomp on, its design encourages play with both hands, and bringing the toy to the mouth with both hands.
It also has a great, bright color scheme that makes it fun to visually track from side to side!

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Join us for the wellness center’s open house on December 14th! We would love to see you!!!

Join us for food, games, prizes, and more!

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Upcoming classes and events at and !!!!
Yesterday was our hands-on infant development facilitation class! Our next one will be Saturday, October 5th from 10-11:30. Only 4 spaces left!!!! Don’t miss out! .

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The CUTEST boy with the BEST onesie!!
Tummy time is SO important for infant development! Tummy time is where strengthening takes place and is the basis for infant mobility.

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Loving our new door sign 🥰 thank you it’s perfect!!!

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Don’t forget to register for our FREE infant development class on Sunday from 10:30-11:30! Space is limited!
Join Dr. Gibbs,PT,DPT,MA,PCS for this one hour course about your infant’s development, identifying abnormalities, and what to do to help your infant succeed in achieving gross motor milestones!
The class will take place in the nurturing touch and wellness suite’s classroom!
Can’t wait to see you there!

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You caught us! Having fun in a PT session with the CUTEST little bean! .
Stretching should never be painful, in fact, it should be comfortable and a gentle release for infants.
Make it a time for silly face, exploring new sounds, and allowing you and your baby to adore each other 😍
Join Dr. Gibbs for this weekends infant development class to learn how your baby develops, and how to spot abnormalities early!

05/03/2019

Rolling is a great way to facilitate strengthening on the opposite side of a torticollis!
May times with torticollis, infants will prefer to roll only over one side.
Training the opposite (non preferred) side first is a key to success in maintaining symmetry and improving strength.
Join us on May 11 or May 19 in our FREE Infant Development class to learn more ways to help your baby develop!

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KCG Pediatric PT is giving away a FREE 60-minute Evaluation at the expo tomorrow!
Stop by and see us at our booth! 👯🙋🏻‍♀️
**plady

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Posted • Torticollis. Commonly seen in infants, torticollis is a tightening of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (abbreviated SCM) of the neck, which results in a preference for a tilt of the head and/or rotation of the head to one side. Due to the structure of the SCM muscle, the tilt will be toward the same side of the tight muscle, and the rotation will be to the opposite side of the tight muscle. For example: if the SCM on the child’s left side is tight, they will show a preference for a left head tilt and turning their head toward the right. It is not uncommon to see only one symptom; a head tilt or a rotation preference.

Left untreated, torticollis causes a position preference which can result in plagiocephaly (flattening of one side of the head). A rotation preference can also lead to early hand preference and the development of abnormal or asymmetrical movements such as only rolling over one side.
Learn ways to prevent torticollis with our infant development series classes! Visit www.kcgpediatricpt.com for more details.

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Fresh fruits and vegetables are a natural source of fiber. Fiber helps to give stool (💩) bulk and weight.
Did you know you should have 4-5 servings of fruits/veggies per day?
Do you know how big a serving is?
A serving is what will fit in the palm of your hand- so it changes a little with each kiddo!
We can’t wait to pick fresh veggies from the garden! What are your favorites!?

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Come visit us at the Loudoun Lifestyle expo! .
We will be giving away a FREE 60-minute evaluation with Dr. Gibbs to be used for your child! .
Posted • Looking forward to our LOUDOUN LIFESTYLE EXPO on Saturday, April 27th in Ashburn!! Over 80 local businesses participating. Lots of awesome door prizes every 30 minutes and swag bags to the first 50 attendees!!

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Specialized Pediatric Physical Therapy

KCG Pediatric PT is dedicated to providing specialized physical therapy treatment for children. We provide advanced treatment for a wide variety of conditions including bowel and bladder incontinence, constipation, delayed walking, torticollis & plagiocephaly, developmental delay, hypotonia, and return to function/sport after surgery & injuries.

Providing clinic-based and home-based services lets us best serve the child and their individual therapy needs. This allows for the child to be most comfortable with the intervention and for promotion of parent/caregiver involvement while integrating change into daily routines and home environment.

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21631 Ridgetop Circle, Suite 225
Sterling, VA
20166

Opening Hours

Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 4pm

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