Beverly I. Reyes PT, DPT
Unlocking your child’s potential through sensory-motor therapy.
Say hello to Beverly, an experienced pediatric physical therapist! With over 10 years of experience working with children, I specialize in helping kids with a variety of diagnoses, including autism, ADHD, hypotonia, cerebral palsy, genetic conditions, torticollis, and global motor delays.
If you’re looking for a compassionate and experienced physical therapist for your child, look no further! I’m dedicated to providing high-quality care and personalized treatment plans to meet the unique needs of each child I work with.
My journey began with a Bachelor’s degree in Sciences, majoring in Human Biology. This educational foundation allowed me to develop a comprehensive understanding of the human body and its intricate systems, which serves as the basis for my holistic approach to patient care.
To further pursue my passion for helping others, I completed a Master of Sciences program in Physical Therapy at the UPR Medical Science Campus. Graduating in 2012, this advanced degree equipped me with a wealth of knowledge in physical therapy techniques and their practical application in patient treatment. However, I didn’t stop there—I continued to expand my expertise and commitment to excellence by earning a post-graduate Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015.
Throughout my career spanning over a decade, I have gained invaluable experience in diverse healthcare settings. I have had the privilege of working in both outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation facilities, specializing as a neuro PT -treating individuals of all ages with Neuromuscular Disorders-.
My Approach & Philosophy
My approach combines evidence-based techniques with a nurturing and supportive environment. I believe in empowering children and their families throughout the therapy process, working collaboratively to achieve the best outcomes.
Whether it’s improving motor skills, enhancing balance and coordination, or addressing sensory integration challenges, I am committed to helping your child reach their fullest potential. Through a combination of DMI therapeutic exercises, task-specific electrical stimulation, play-based activities, and sensory integration techniques, we can work together to overcome any obstacles and promote their overall physical development.
My son’s therapist was very knowledgeable and understanding. She definitely gave him a big push in the right direction, and I definitely think that’s why he’s doing as well today, physically as he should be.
Get in touch with me today, and let’s embark on a journey of growth and progress. I look forward to meeting you and your child soon!
32073, 32065, 32068
Mon – Thu:
10am – 4pm