All children are super heroes. Our goal is for them to see that too.

Little Feet Therapy provides mobile and clinic based

pediatric occupational therapy and physical therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy Treatments

If your child has a physical, developmental, or neurological condition, we can help.

Here at Little Feet Therapy, we offer pediatric therapeutic services for a wide range of different conditions, including:

Does your child get stressed out around bright lights or loud noises? Do they recoil when touched or have poor balance? Do they hate wearing certain types of clothing?

If so, these are all potential symptoms of sensory processing disorder, a condition that affects how your child’s brain processes the information from their senses. Pediatric therapeutic services can help your child manage this condition.

Does your child seem to be falling behind their peers when it comes to reaching certain milestones? Are the other kids in your play group learning to walk and talk while your child struggles to make progress?

If so, there could be an underlying condition causing these developmental delays. Whatever the cause, your pediatric therapist can help your child develop their motor skills and keep up with their peers.

Is your child having difficulty learning to walk? Are larger movements like running, jumping, sitting, or rolling not coming naturally? Do they seem clumsy or fall often?

If so, these are the signs of a delay in gross motor skills development. There are a number of different reasons for gross motor skills delays, but pediatric physical therapy can help your child develop their skills and enjoy a more independent life.

Does your child struggle in school? Are they inattentive or hyperactive? Do they have trouble focusing on the tasks at hand?

If so, these are all hallmark signs of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – ADHD. This is a common disorder that affects up to 10% of American children. As our understanding of ADHD has grown, so have therapeutic treatments for ADHD – Little Feet Therapy can help.

About The Little Feet Therapy Clinics

Founded in 2019 by pediatric physical therapist Shawn Leis, Little Feet Therapy works with children from 2 months to 18 years old with physical and developmental concerns.

Are you a parent or primary caregiver to a child with unique needs? If so, you know how stressful it can be to receive a diagnosis.

That means at Little Feet Therapy, we come to you. Whether in your child’s school, their day care center, your home, or anywhere else in the community where they spend time, we’ll meet you there.

Not only is this easier on your schedule as a parent, but research has shown that pediatric therapy in your child’s own environment is more effective.

If your child has a physical or developmental disorder, or you suspect they might, we can help. Book your appointment with Little Feet Therapy today.

“Parents are always juggling so much and have a ton their plate which made it difficult for them to make the time to bring their kids for pediatric therapy sessions even when they knew the benefits,” says Leis.

“So I started Little Feet with the idea of providing therapy in a child’s natural setting”

Give your child the strongest start in life.

Book Your Appointment With Little Feet Therapy Today 

Pediatric Therapy Services

Below, you’ll find out more about the type of pediatric therapy services offered here Little Feet Therapy.

You might hear the word “occupational” and assume it’s related to a job, but the word refers to any activity that occupies our time. For kids, their occupation is to explore the world around them, develop their fine motor skills and social skills, and learn to read, write, and the other basics of school and daily self care.

If your child is having trouble with any of the above, pediatric occupational therapy treatments can help.

Children begin to develop their physical skills from the minute they’re born. But if your child is behind their peers, due to an unknown cause or a condition like cerebral palsy, torticollis, autism spectrum disorder, or another developmental disorder, it can cause difficulties in their physical development.

A pediatric physical therapist can help your child overcome their physical limitations and enjoy a more independent life.

If your child seems to get overwhelmed in the face of loud noises or bright lights, it’s possible they may have sensory processing disorder. This is a disorder related to how your child’s brain processes sensory information, and it can cause significant difficulties for them throughout their life.

Sensory integration techniques are designed to help your child learn to process their sensory input more effectively to manage their condition.

When a child is first born, they’re a blank slate, so to speak. They learn an incredible amount in the first few years of life. As a result, if your child has a physical or developmental disorder, they can end up developing bad habits as coping mechanisms.

Early intervention is designed to provide treatment before these bad habits develop, and research has shown this is more effective than a “wait and see” approach.

Reviews From Our Happy Patients

Here at Little Feet Therapy, our goal is to be the best pediatric occupational therapy and physical therapy clinic.

But don’t just take our word for it – see what others have had to say about us.

Little Feet Therapy is wonderful! From the first time Shawn came and did an assessment to several sessions in, she has made our two year old comfortable and more confidant in her... movements. We have seen so much improvement after just a few sessions, I highly recommend them!read more
Ashley Skinker
Ashley Skinker
Shawn is incredible! My boys LOVE her and she is incredibly communicative and supportive with parents - exactly what one looks for in a service provider. I highly highly... recommend!read more
Rebecca Maltzman
Rebecca Maltzman
Shawn is an excellent PT. We worked with another therapist with very little results and came to Shawn looking for some answers and support for our 13 month old. Not only does she... provide in-home therapy, but she is professional while being personable to a baby. My son lights up when she comes, he loves playing with her cool gadgets, and all the while he's getting stronger and developing gross motor skills. He's walking now and we owe a lot to Shawn for that. We highly recommend Shawn and the Little Feet more
Alysa Hutson
Alysa Hutson
We love working with Shawn for my 4 year old's physical therapy! I feel like we found a unicorn - someone who can come to our house AND who also connects so well with my daughter.... Shawn follows her lead while gently guiding and supporting and always makes things fun. And I love that we can fit it in more easily with our schedule rather than figuring out how to build in time to get to a clinic. Highly recommend Shawn and Little Feet!read more
Katie McGuire
Katie McGuire
We love the Little Feet team! They were with my son from 6 months to almost 3 years old for PT and OT and have been like family. They have always listened to our concerns and... treated my son and our whole family with such care and attention. They are very knowledgeable and open to trying new things but always listen to the parents, which is so appreciated. Highly recommend!read more
Kristen Robinson Moore
Kristen Robinson Moore
We absolutely love Little Feet. St. John's Preschool has been working with them for the past year and we love how dedicated to the children they are servicing. They are... professional and respectful and extremely helpful with sharing techniques to use in the classroom. We highly recommend them to parents and school!read more
Jenny Taylor
Jenny Taylor
I am a director of a Child Care in Charlotte and we work with Little Feet Therapy. We have students receiving both OT & PT. The therapist at Little Feet are fantastic to work with... and are great communicators. They work with the teachers to ensure the children are getting the most out of their day. The leadership at Little Feet is also easy to work with when it comes to scheduling screening days and individual sessions.Thank you ladies!read more
Sarah Krajewski
Sarah Krajewski
Sharon Baptist Weekday School has loved working with Little Feet Therapy. The therapist do a great job of talking to our teachers and working with them to incorporate what the... child is learning in therapy into their classroom more
Tiffany Martin
Tiffany Martin
The best therapists around, I have been using Little Feet for over 2 years & I wouldn’t change. My granddaughter loves her therapists. She receives PT & OT at home, always willing... to do as much as they can. Anyone using Little Feet won’t be sorry they chose more
Nancy Goebel
Nancy Goebel
We love Little Feet Therapy! Shawn has been our son's therapist for over 5 years for PT and now we have added a wonderful OT. We are so pleased with his progress. We are fortunate... to have therapists that truly care about Christian and really know how to get him to participate on those days he does not want to work. Thank you for providing the best therapy in town😊read more
Annette Ferebee
Annette Ferebee
My child has worked with Little Feet Therapy for 3 years for PT and OT. At first it was in person at my child's private preschool, for 52 weeks of virtual therapy, and then again... in person at home. They have picked up on needs that 3 other pracititioners hadn't. I am incredibly greatful that Shawn Leis found me at a preschool Open House and said, "We can help!".read more
Emily Porges
Emily Porges

Our Locations

Little Feet Pediatric Occupational And Physical Therapy has several locations to serve you best.

We can provide on location pediatric therapy treatments in following areas:

Charlotte, NC

3535 Randolph Rd, Charlotte, NC 28211
Phone: (704) 931-8022

Our Charlotte NC pediatric therapy clinic offers both in clinic and mobile pediatric therapy treatments.

Washington, DC

1331 H St NW Ste 200, Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (301) 857-9599

Conveniently located in the heart of downtown, Little Feet Therapy in Washington DC provides both in clinic and mobile services.

St. Louis, MO

Mobile/In-home Visits
Phone: (704) 931-8022

Pediatric Therapy treatments in St. Louis, MO are available only on a mobile basis.

Raleigh, NC

Mobile/In-home Visits
Phone: (704) 931-8022

Pediatric Therapy treatments in Raleigh, NC are available only on a mobile basis.

At Little Feet Therapy, we're here to help.

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