Physical Therapists for Children in Southeast Michigan

Our readers recommended these local kids physical therapy specialists. Make an appointment with one of these top physical therapists for kids.

There are a number of reasons you might take your child to a physical therapist, from injuries to disabilities and delays. These southeast Michigan physical therapists for children received a seriously high accolade: the approval from parents like you. Here are the top physical therapists in metro Detroit, according to our Mom-Approved Docs nominations.

Deanna Cueny, PT

  • Location: Kids In Motion Pediatric Therapy, 7822 Andersonville Road, Clarkston
  • Phone: 248-707-3100

Deblina Deb, DPT

  • Location: Kids In Motion Pediatric Therapy, 2636 S. Milford Road, Highland
  • Phone: 248-684-9610

Justine Hatcher, DPT

  • Location: Kids In Motion Pediatric Therapy, 2636 S. Milford Road, Highland
  • Phone: 248-684-9610

Anam Taufiq

  • Location: Children’s Hospital of Michigan Stilson Specialty Center – Clinton Township, 42700 Garfield Road, Clinton Township
  • Phone: 586-532-3370

Love your child’s physical therapist and want to make sure he or she gets props in 2018? Submit your nomination for the 2018 Mom-Approved Docs.

This post was originally published in 2015 and is updated regularly.

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