We offer Physiotherapy Assessment and Treatment just for kids! That’s right we work exclusively in the area of Pediatrics which includes all children from birth to teens.

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Just 4 Kids Physio aims to provide a relaxed and friendly environment for you and your child. All our therapists have a passion for working with children and their families to help the child maximize their potential. Therapy sessions are designed to be fun and play-based, while incorporating patient and family specific goals.

We offer physiotherapy treatment sessions in a clinic setting located in Vaughan, or for your convenience we also offer sessions in the comfort of your own home or daycare across the GTA.

Most extended health insurance policies have coverage for physiotherapy.



What is Pediatric Physiotherapy?

Pediatric Physiotherapy is a holistic approach to help children maximize their ability to move and function throughout their life.

Physiotherapists are specialized in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of infants, children, and adolescents with a variety of developmental, neuromuscular, congenital or acquired disorders, diseases or injuries............


Who can Benefit from Physiotherapy?

- Children from Birth to Teens with:
- Gross Motor Delays
- Developmental Delays
- Torticollis and Plagiocephaly (tight neck muscles and misshapen head)
- Toe Walking/Gait Abnormalities
- Hypotonia (low tone)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Acquired Brain Injury...........


Our Treatment Approaches

- Neurodevelopmental Treatment
- Myofascial Release
- Manual Orthopaedic Therapy
- Gait Training
- Functional Strengthening
- Stretching
- Electrotherapy/Modalities
- Education/Home Programs........


Our Team

Tanya Barrett

Tanya Barrett is a registered Physiotherapist and in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.


Sonia Lena is a registered Physiotherapist and is in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.

What parent say
“Thanks Tanya for being Taya’s awesome Physiotherapist!!! She has come a very long way and although was a little delayed in crawling and walking, has been hitting every developmental milestone because of your help! We appreciate everything you do and look forward to our next sessionJ See you soon!"
- Catherine G


What is Torticollis and Flat Head Syndrome?

Torticollis and Flat Head Syndrome (Plagiocephaly) are very common and can affect your infant immediately after birth. When recognized and treated early, these conditions can usually be resolved with minimal therapy.

Tummy Time!

Tummy time is very important to help your infant develop their neck, shoulder, arm and back muscles. Tummy time will promote gross motor skills and allow your baby to learn how to push up, roll over, sit up, crawl and stand.

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