Our pediatric incontinence program is based on non-invasive treatment to help children gain control of their bowel and bladder challenges via small muscle activation, breathing exercises, and core exercises
Our skilled physical therapists utilize a hybrid model of teletherapy and in-clinic visits to help you and your child achieve your goals. We focus on family education and work to share the latest research.
We understand that this is a sensitive topic and our therapists are well trained to provide a comfortable and safe environment for children of all ages.
This therapy can benefit children who experience:
- Toileting accidents
- Accidental soiling
- Daytime and nighttime wetness
- Inability to empty the bladder
- Post-surgical intervention
- Chronic abdominal pain
- **We work with children of all developmental needs and are primed to assist those with diagnoses such as autism, sensory processing disorder, developmental delays, and more. We can adjust our programming to meet your special needs or determine when it is necessary to also bring in other developmental specialists for support.
- Posture re-education
- Muscle strengthening
- Proprioception training
- Interoception training
- Food and nutrition support
- Medication education
- Behavioral interventions
I can’t say enough amazing things about Good Beginnings and their staff! I was having difficulty with my daughter, but couldn’t articulate or understand what the issue was. The evaluation was extremely helpful in diagnosing and understanding her better and helped to show us a road forward. Once we started therapy, We saw so much progress with my daughter even within just a few weeks. She absolutely loved going because of the fun & caring atmosphere. I highly encourage any parent struggling to reach out to Good Beginnings.
After eight months with our therapists at Good Beginnings, our daughter walks straight, auditory processing delay is minimized, and she knows all her numbers and letters! The therapists established a unique, most beneficial relationship with our daughter, with an optimal, individualized approach to each and every session.
Calling Sara Weiser was the only person I felt comfortable contacting when I began my journey after the birth of my son. She was the OT for my classroom during my first year teaching special education. Good Beginnings expertly diagnosed him at 2 months old and he began a treatment plan for Torticollis and delayed reflexes. At 18 months old, they expertly diagnosed him with OT and PT deficits and we began a treatment plan that he was on for 3-4 years, with yearly check ins after that. Today at 12, he is a thriving competitive athlete in baseball, wrestling, and flag football and successful Dean’s list student. I wouldn’t recommend anywhere else