Welcome to Consider Your Kids Physical Therapy PLLC. We offer individualized comprehensive physical therapy care to help address the WHOLE child with family focused goals
Consider Your Kids Physical Therapy was founded by Dr. Gillian Givens PT, DPT. Dr. Gillian is originally from Columbus, Ohio, and has been living in Texas for the past 10 years.
The name "Consider Your Kids" comes from a family saying dear to Dr. Gillian's heart. Members of her family often say "CYK" meaning "Consider Yourself Kissed" to each another, to demonstrate their love and appreciation for one another. This company name symbolizes our mission of practicing physical therapy from the heart. We strive to provide excellent care and build long lasting relationships with our patients and their families. Welcome to the CYK family!
Consider Your Kids Physical Therapy is passionate about improving quality of life and facilitating independence with all patients (and families). We believe that empowering and educating parents/caregivers to better understand what is going on with their child/how to help is vitally important to treatment success rates and alleviating caregiver stress regarding gross motor delay and developmental concerns.
Consider Your Kids Physical therapy is a PROUD supporter of GiGi's Playhouse Houston, and strives to support their many outreach and programming opportunities to support the Down Syndrome Community in both Houston and nationally.
"Gillian is an incredible physical therapist, an amazing advocate for her patients, and a wealth of information for families. Our daughter's rare diagnosis came with a bleak prognosis and no treatment plan, yet Gillian bridged that huge gap by providing herwith the therapy and resources to significantly improve her quality of life. Gillian provided so much more than PT services, and she connected us with the right specialists when she had concerns or suspected other needs weren’t being met. Gillian went above and beyond for our family and advocated for my daughter when I felt hopeless and grew tired. Gillian taught my daughter to crawl, walk, run, and climb, and we are forever grateful."