Physical Therapy


Our Locations

Epping Regional Health Center
212 Calef Highway
Epping, NH 03042

Pediatric  Rehabilitation in Newmarket
Lamprey Health Care
Lower Level
207 Main Street
Newmarket, NH 03865

Plaistow Regional Health Center
127 Plaistow Road
Plaistow, NH  03865

Pediatric Rehabilitation at Crosspoint-Portsmouth
95 Brewery Lane #15
Portsmouth, NH 03801
(for GPS location please use 10 Chevrolet Ave.)

Pool Location
Center for Orthopedics and Movement
7 Holland Way
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
(603) 777-1000

Paige Fallon, MS, OTR/L, and Denise Murphy-Simmons, PT, DPT., did a zoom presentation with Heidi Robertson, OTD, at MCPHS for the NH Occupational Therapy annual conference on the collaborative approach to the treatment of children with Idiopathic Toe Walking.  

This presentation highlighted the work that is done at the Pediatric Rehabilitation for children with this diagnosis.


Our team of pediatric physical therapists specializes in treating children who have challenges with motor development, mobility, strength, balance, coordination, and endurance. We work with children and their families to assist each child in being as independent as possible and to promote active participation in the home, school, community, and recreational environments to be able to keep up with their peers in a pain free and safe manner. As experts in evaluating and treating developmental, neurological, and orthopedic diagnoses, the therapists use leading edge clinical tools to maximize your child’s independence and progress towards goals developed specifically for and with the individual in mind. 

Our skilled and experienced staff provide evaluations and treatment in the following areas:

  • Gross motor skill development
  • Motor control/learning
  • Postural control /core strengthening
  • Gait training / Lite Gait supported gait training
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Post-concussion rehab
  • Hypermobility syndromes
  • Metabolic and genetic disorders
  • Post- injury rehab
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Systemic pediatric diseases
  • Pediatric acquired brain injury
  • Torticollis
  • Plagiocephaly
  • Dance / Gymnastics Rehab
  • Dry Needling
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder


Helpful Link:

American Physical Therapy Association