Pediatric Physical Therapy
Dr Irene Bryant, PT, DPT
We offer pediatric physical therapy with Dr. Bryant, who has over 14 years of experience working with newborns through adolescents.
Some Conditions that Benefit from Pediatric PT
Torticollis / Plagiocephaly
Gait & Posture Deviations
Sports Conditioning / Strengthening
What to Expect
Dr. Bryant has two children of her own and understands that treating children requires a very special set of skills! If you bring in your child for physical therapy, here’s what you can expect:
An individualized treatment plan that addresses the needs of the child, as well as the family system
Play-based therapy that supports age-appropriate activities that are matched to your child's interests and abilities
Therapeutic techniques that draw upon Dr. Bryant’s extensive knowledge of rehabilitation and neurodevelopment across a child’s lifespan.
Accepting New Patients
We are seeing pediatric physical therapy patients at our Coupeville and Oak Harbor Clinic.
If you would like to make an appointment, call or email us today!
Frequently asked questions
How do I know if my child could benefit from pediatric physical therapy?
Your child is unable to keep up with peers.
Your child cannot participate in activities they want to do. Children will often display difficulties when playing. For example, they are unable to play on the monkey bars, can't play hopscotch with their friends, or have trouble playing with a ball.
Should I stay with my child during their appointment?
It depends - whatever is of the greatest benefit to the child and their family is what Dr. Bryant prefers.
Do I need to bring anything special?
Feel free to bring your child's favorite toy, or blanket. You can even bring your phone and play your child's favorite music! Whatever makes them feel comfortable is great. However, if you don't bring anything, that's fine too! We have a variety of age appropriate toys for engagement.