pCIMT Intensive

Pediatric Constraint Induced Movement Therapy is a well-researched, widely used intervention for children with an impaired upper extremity.

The non-affected hand is constrained and the child practices specific skills with affected hand and arm.

P-CIMT aims to counteract learned nonuse phenomenon by restraining the unimpaired limb which forces the use of the impaired limb during activities which “re-wires” the brain to use the impaired UE. 

Benefits of pCIMT:

  • Increased ROM/strength
  • Improved motor skills
  • Increased bilateral coordination
  • Improved ability to complete activities of daily living

pCIMT intensives are usually 2-3 hours/5 days a week for 2-3 weeks. If you are interested in having your child participate in a pCIMT intensive, please call the front office.


770-904- 6009


2089 Teron Trace

Suite 120

Dacula, GA 30019

1100 Sherwood Park Dr 

Suite 220

Gainesville, GA 30501