Sujata Noronha is Pediatric Physical Therapist with over 21 years of experience and her expertise lies in treating babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)and High Risk Care, providing close follow-up care, and early intervention.
As a Certified Neonatal Therapist with advanced training in neonatal therapy, she possesses specialized knowledge and skills to work with newborns and high-risk infants in the NICU. This includes addressing developmental challenges, motor difficulties, and sensory issues that premature or medically fragile babies may experience.
In addition to her work in the NICU, Sujata places a strong emphasis on close follow-up care for these infants after they are discharged from the NICU. This continuity of care is crucial for monitoring their progress, identifying any emerging developmental concerns, and providing appropriate therapeutic interventions during this critical period of growth.
Furthermore, her expertise in early intervention reinforces the importance of starting therapy as early as possible to maximize the child’s developmental potential. Early intervention can significantly impact a child’s neurodevelopment and overall well-being, and Sujata’s approach is family-centric, involving parents or caregivers in the treatment process and setting individualized, goal-oriented plans to cater to each baby’s unique needs.
By incorporating both motor and sensory components in her treatments, she ensures a holistic approach to therapy, recognizing the close interconnection between these aspects in the world of neurodevelopment.
By leveraging her NDT training alongside her other certifications and experience, Sujata Noronha can offer comprehensive and continuous care to children, ensuring their ongoing developmental needs are met as they progress through different stages of childhood and beyond.
Sujata Noronha’s training in Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) is a valuable asset that enables her to address challenges as children grow up. NDT is a specialized therapeutic approach used in pediatric physiotherapy to treat individuals with neurological conditions and motor impairments.
With her NDT training, Sujata can continue to provide support and interventions for children as they progress through different stages of development. As children grow and face new challenges, their motor skills, balance, coordination, and overall physical abilities may evolve, and NDT equips Sujata to adapt her treatments accordingly.
Sujata is fluent in English and Hindi and she can offer therapeutic support in both languages.