Go Go Go Physical Therapy treats a wide range of genetic disorders, developmental delays, and orthopedic injuries. Our practice specializes in treating children from birth to 18 years of age.
Go Go Go Physical Therapy was started by Rebecca V. Tani, PT, DPT to address the need for experienced, hands on pediatric home care in Montgomery County, Maryland. Go Go Go Physical Therapy develops treatment plans and goals that involve the whole family in their natural environment.
Go Go Go Physical Therapy is a home-based pediatric physical therapy practice servicing Montgomery County, Maryland. Treatment is conducted in clients' homes and not in a traditional office environment.
After growing up overseas and in the Washington DC Metro area, Rebecca moved to New England where she received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Criminology from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. After moving back to the Washington DC Metro area she received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from George Washington University. She completed her pediatric clinical rotations at Physio Therapy and Associates in Greenbelt, Maryland, The University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, Virginia and National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, DC. After receiving her degree, she worked at and continues to hold a position at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Bloomberg Children Hospital in Baltimore Maryland. She has taken part is several clinical research studies involving several pediatric populations.
Rebecca also spent extensive time working for Easter Seals Early Intervention on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, were she specialized in servicing the birth to 3-year-old population treating torticollis, plagiocephaly, developmental delay, prematurity, spina bifida, orthopedic conditions, autism, downs syndrome, spinal cord impairments, traumatic brain injuries and other neurologic, genetic and chromosomal syndromes.
Rebecca holds state board certification for physical therapy in the states of Maryland and Hawaii. She is a certified clinical instructor and has mentored several fellow physical therapists.
Rebecca is a mother of three boys; a singleton and twins. After having her twin boys she was able to use her clinical pediatric expertise to treat her oldest twin son who was diagnosed with torticollis.