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10 Signs You May Have Hypermobility and How a Physical Therapist Can Help

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What do Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Grace (Ellen Show Super Star), and Abraham Lincoln all have in common? They all have (or were suspected to have) hypermobility! I have a weird knack for recognizing hyperextended elbows and knees in pictures and airports. My husband thinks I am crazy because people watching in an airport involves me analyzing how people stand, walk, …

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Navigating the Baby Registry

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Baby Registry Dos  and Don’ts You are pregnant, congratulations on your newest family addition!  After the joy and excitement, come those overwhelming feelings that can accompany preparing for baby. Information overload can easily creep in on all the things you should buy for little one, and we know you want the best! This is to provide you some must haves …

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Finding a Fit: 5 questions to make sure your child and their therapist are a fit

In babies, Children, parenting, physical therapy, special needs by compleoPT2 Comments

Think about the hours you spend choosing babysitters, schools, pediatricians, and sports leagues for your children. Shouldn’t the same thought and attention go into choosing a physical (or occupational, speech, counseling) therapist for your child? Often times we hear that parents go wherever their pediatrician mentions, but is that the best fit for YOUR child? You have the choice to …

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Container Baby and Christmas

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As a pediatric physical therapist, I learn a lot about trending baby devices. There are so many to keep up with! Jumpers, swings,  bumbo chairs, mamaroo, and the list never ends. At Christmas Grandparents, Parents, and Friends all want to buy the latest hip baby item for your little one. No matter the device, the question is always the same: …