Grace Hall, PT
Physical Therapist / Pediatric Specialist
Grace is one of those rare physical therapists who truly specializes in Pediatric care from birth to 3 years of age.
“I am dedicated to helping children grow and develop and be able to explore their world,” she said, and her experience backs her up.
Grace Hall graduated from Duke University, was licensed as a Physical Therapist in 1990 and began working with children immediately.
She began her career working at Les Passees Children’s Rehab Center in Memphis, Tennessee, which gave her a great deal of experience with children babies and toddlers in a pre-school/outpatient clinic setting. She later worked for the Developmental Evaluation Center in Durham with children ages birth-3 years, Easter Seals Home Health in Raleigh before moving to Asheville and working with in home health, outpatient and daycare settings serving children ages birth to 5 years old.
One of Graces’ families tells us: “I would not have anyone else working with my child. Grace is an expert pediatric therapist but more that that she really cares about me and my child’s overall development and happiness.”
Grace has vast experience in the field and is the specialist who consults with all of our therapists who serve children at Skyland Physical Therapy. Grace is our mentor for young pediatric care. She is child and family oriented and provides undivided care to children and their families. She also works closely with others such as Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Physicians, and Case Coordinators to provide the best care possible to her patients and their families.
Grace says, “I love helping children and their families learn fun ways to improve quality and efficiency of movement for growing and developing. Early intervention is so important to helping children avoid problems later on.”
As a Skyland PT therapist, Grace help children in homes, day care centers, and clinic settings. Her educational background includes motor control, Neuro Developmental Treatment, and Sensory Integration Treatment. She treats children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, heart conditions/post transplant, and a variety of syndromes and other neuromuscular conditions. She treats many infants born prematurely and specializes in patients with multiple medical issues. Her true love is working with infants and children birth to 3 years old.
“I especially love working with little ones,” Grace says, “because that is where I can really make a difference in how a child grows. I love to help families learn what to do to help their young child get the most out of life.”
Graces’ personal interests are spending time with her family, reading a good book, hiking, swimming and watching movies with her son.