Instead of subjecting her three-year-old son to surgery, Pat sought out other options. When she heard about Christina, she was hopeful that pediatric therapy would help them avoid surgery altogether.
And just a few months into therapy, her son has improved by at least fifty percent.
“Surgery would be the quick fix,” Pat says. “But we wanted to try this first.”
She has been most thoroughly impressed with Christina’s thoroughness.
“Even after we leave and our appointment is over, she spends her own time investigating things to make sure she is doing everything she can to help us,” says Pat. “She’s very knowledgeable.”
Most importantly to Pat, Christina knows how to motivate her toddler.
“Children aren’t always cooperative,” Pat laughs. “But Christina’s activities are so varied — whether it’s the trapeze, swing, or bikes, I’ve never gone there and done the same thing twice. And she is very calming and reassuring. She knows how to get them motivated.”
– Pat Alcorn, Herscher