Investing in fewer & higher quality items can be beneficial. We have come up with a list of items in our nursery that aided us in caring for our child, so we can focus more time loving on our little guy.
Did you know that babies are not spending enough time on their stomachs? This is contributing to a rise in delay in mobility, plagiocephaly (change in head shape), and torticollis (preference to tilt head and look to only one side), and can affect both gross motor and fine motor development. While we recommend sleeping flat on the back in a …
Top Registry Dos and Don’ts to promote development in your little one! Our physical therapist helping you decide where your money is best spent when choosing your baby must have’s!
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It’s important to find a physical therapist that is knowledgable & works well with your child? Here are five questions you should ask when finding a PT.
I just moved to a new town. I called 3 OBGYNs, looking to establish care. I asked the same question: Do you do CMV testing for women who have a high risk of previous exposure looking to conceive? Two clinics had no idea what I was talking about. One clinic said testing is only done in specific circumstances after conception has …
As a pediatric physical therapist, I learn a lot about trending baby devices. There are so many to keep up with! Here is a list of approved toys to gift your baby.
Too often, children are told its “growing pains,” “you want attention,” or “you are making it up.” Anyone in pain will say to you; they’re NOT making it up.
Most schools perform a screen for scoliosis and kyphosis in 5th/8th or 6th/9th grade, but what about the 3 years in between? The best chances at improving your scoliosis are with bracing and the Schroth method before growth maturation. To ensure early detection you should keep an eye on your child on the years between screens. Here are some signs …
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