Pediatric rehabilitation is a medical speciality dedicated to assisting children aged 0 to 18 years old in recovering from or adapting to congenital and childhood-onset problems. Pediatric occupational therapy, paediatric speech therapy, and children's physical therapy are all examples of paediatric rehabilitation. Physical therapists (PTs) for children specialise on mobility, motor development, and body function (strength and endurance), which they use to help their patients improve their physical function and participation at home, school, and in the community. PTs promote health and wellbeing as primary health care providers, working with families, communities, and other medical, educational, developmental, and rehabilitation specialists to implement a variety of supports. Physical therapists (PTs) for children work with children and their families to help them attain their full potential in terms of independence and active engagement in the home, school, and community.