Welcome to Kids in Motion Pediatric Therapy Services, where we strive to be a unique team of highly-trained therapist with diverse talents and gifts. Kids in Motion Pediatric Therapy Services is a private rehabilitation practice company whose sole reason for existence is to create and promote a culture of evidence based practice within the therapy profession. In striving to achieve our mission, we aim to foster the promotion of disability rights and independence for all children. It is also our belief to utilize the most advanced evidence based techniques, research and education around the world to help every child their goals.


  • Warm friendly staff
  • All Therapist are licensed with credentials,specialize training in neuro-developmental technique, sensory integration and early intervention.
  • Convenient underground parking
  • Wheel chair accessible
  • Convenient clinic hours including weekends
  • After hour appointment available upon request
  • Private restrooms
  • Able to assist in insurance claim
  • Flexible payment plans
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About Us

Uniquely positioned to serve the undeserved segment of the Healthcare market due to the sheer lack of facilities that are currently available in Dubai.


Kids in Motion Pediatric Therapy Services had set its goal to continuously develop, strengthen, and improve the services offered by the center

Contact Us

Kids in Motion Pediatric Therapy Services clinic is located in the heart of Dubai Healthcare City at Al Razi Medical Complex

Why choose us


Kids in Motion Pediatric Therapy Services offers Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Psychology Services for children ages birth through 15 years.


Kids in Motion Pediatric Therapy Services will constantly improve the quality of our services, products and operations and will create a reputation for honesty, fairness, respect, responsibility, integrity, trust and sound business judgment.


Kids in Motion Pediatric Therapy Services target market will focus more on early intervention (birth to 15 years) and children in mainstream and special needs schools.