My name is Anna Brown. I earned my Doctorate of Physical Therapy at University of Washington School of Medicine after a Bachelor of Science from Western Washington University in Exercise Science.
I specialize in pediatrics with experience and have an ongoing interest in sports medicine. I work with children ages birth to 21 with the following diagnoses:
- Developmental delay
- Cerebral palsy
- Spina bifida
- Down syndrome
- Craniofacial Disorders
- Genetic Disorders
- Neuromuscular disorders
- Toe walking
- Developmental Coordination Disorders
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Brain injury
- Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Brachial Plexus injury
Assessment and Treatment
- Analyze Function
- Functional goal setting
- Gait training with appropriate device (cane, crutch, walker)
- Coordination activities
- Strength training
- Functional Balance training
- Joint and Soft tissue mobilizations
- Range of motion intervention
- Wheelchair modifications
- Neurodevelopmental Treatment
- Sport skills training
- Endurance training
- Posture, positioning and lifting
- Adaption of daily routines for optimal participation
- School-based recommendations for seating and mobility in the classroom
- Stander recommendations
- Orthotics and splinting
- Adaptive equipment trials and recommendations
- Safety, health promotion, and prevention
- Sensory tool recommendation- (i.e. spio, compression vests, weighted items)
My blog stemmed from a passion to spread valuable information to my community to help families with kids with special needs grow, learn and find happiness.
I sincerely hope this blog helps your family find fun in every facet of the Pacific Northwest.
I have a beautiful niece and nephew whom I adore. My mom was a teacher for 25+ years and I inherited her love for helping kids find their strengths, earn confidence and grow into fabulous adults. Life is what we make it, so I encourage all my families to build a life that is rewarding, brings joy, and builds towards a sense of freedom and independence for their children. For kids with mobility issues, this often starts with a partnership with a thoughtful pediatric physical therapist.
As a Seattle-based children’s physical therapist, I provide therapy in your home and community in the greater Seattle area. I bill some insurance and Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website and fill out the contact page to request an appointment. I hope to meet you and your wonderful family soon.
Contact Anna Brown, BS, PT, DPT to make a physical therapy appointment for your child in your home and community.
Foundation Children’s Physical Therapy 206.499.7671 -email@example.com www.foundationchildrensphysicaltherapy.com