Physical therapy focuses on achieving your fullest potential. When working with children, our goal is to get your child moving freely, easily, and safely. This way, they can get back to doing what children do best: playing!

At Allied Rehab, we see a variety of children, ranging from infants to teenagers. We see each child as unique, with their own strengths and weaknesses, and each child will be assessed as an individual. Whether your child is creeping, crawling, walking, running, or even none of the above they will be treated in a way that’s fun and promotes independence in their skills as well as encourages growth towards their fullest potential.

We pride ourselves on compassion for not only the child, but the caregiver as well, providing education and at-home education to ensure the most well-rounded therapy experience for all involved! Therapists will provide activities at home, recommendations for skills development, hands-on techniques to assist your child’s potential growth, and support whatever you and your child may need, equipment management included. You and your child will become a member of our family and you will be treated as one of our own! 


  • Cerebral palsy
  • Spina bifida
  • Prematurity Fracture recovery
  • Scoliosis
  • Athletic injuries
  • Post-op rehab
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Post Fracture care
  • Torticollis
  • Down Syndrome
  • Toe walking

What treatments do we offer?

  • Orthotics and splinting

  • Stretching exercises

  • Gross motor milestones training

  • Parent instruction

  • Sports adaptation

  • Equipment specifications

Developed and Specialized

Children are the greatest gift a parent could ever receive. And whenever our little ones need help, it is important they feel safe and are well taken care of.

Allied Rehab of Wake Forest, NC offers pediatric physical therapy that has been developed first hand from working with children for many years. Our therapists understand the importance of care and individual attention. Contact us today or book a free screening if your child is eligible for one!