If you have children, chances are excellent that you have witnessed at least one of them hurting themselves. Sometimes these injuries are minor, such as a scrape or a scratch. Sometimes they're more serious, such as a broken arm. Sometimes, they're serious enough to require physical therapy in order to heal, such as a fractured elbow or knee. If your child sustains one of the latter injuries, he or she is going to need your support in order to get through physical therapy and regain his or her full range of motion.
18 January 2016