Gleason Erica

Erica Gleason, MS, PT

Physical Therapist
Early Intervention Provider
Early Intervention Evaluator


Master of Science, Clark College
Physical Therapy, 2001

Bachelor of Arts, Clark College
Human Health Services, 2000


Early Intervention Credential


Erica has worked with children and families enrolled in the Early Intervention program and with school-aged children as part of the Easter Seals team since 2001.  She is part of the Orthotics Clinic team and the Warm Water Pool program providing aquatic therapy.

Her clinical training and continuing education includes neurodevelopmental treatment, yoga and pilates for the pediatric patient, baby neurodevelopmental treatment, e-stimulation for the pediatric population, aquatic therapy, developmental orthopedics and Theratogs applications for neuromotor and postural training.


Erica provides pediatric training and rehabilitation services for children with a variety of developmental delays and disabilities including, but not limited to:  intellectual disability, Down syndrome, autism, Cerebral palsy, torticollis, hypotonia, and Spina bifida. 

Aquatic Therapy
Pediatric Orthotics
Serial Casting
Animal-Assisted Therapy
Assistive Technology
Neurodevelopmental Therapy
Gait analysis
Therapeutic Taping
Spasticity Management
Neuromuscular Electrical Simulation
Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Yoga/Pilates for children with special needs

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