In a national survey of 400 pediatric physical and occupational therapists, two-thirds of those surveyed say they’ve seen an increase in early motor delays in infants who spend too much time on their back while awake. Tummy time is an important and essential activity for infants to develop the strength and musculature they need to […]
About Arielle Ordonez
Arielle Ordonez is a licensed physical therapist (DPT) with experience in working with patients that range from pediatric to geriatric populations. She has had experience working in outpatient pediatric and adult orthopedics, acute care, and acute rehabilitation.
Arielle has always had a passion for working with the children. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Marquette University in Political Science, and her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Marquette University.
Arielle spent time in Houston at Texas Children’s Hospital for her Level II Clinical Fieldwork in pediatrics where she treated children with gross developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, orthopedic conditions, post-surgical impairments, post-concussion syndrome, and amplified musculoskeletal pain syndrome.
Arielle is delighted to join the NSPT team to help children reach their milestones and blossom!