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Hypermobility in Pediatrics refers to a condition where children have joints that move beyond the typical range of motion. Read on to see if you should worry.
Over the last 30 years, the landscape of adolescent athletics has changed drastically. Adolescents who participate in sports experience many of its benefits including promoting self-esteem, leadership, and relationships amongst fellow teammates.
Soccer is the most popular team sport in Canada – even more than hockey! With soccer season right around the corner, let’s take a look at some of the most common injuries that can occur and how to best manage them to get your athlete back out on the field.
Do you notice that your child has difficulty lifting their head up or it looks hard for them to get to sitting from lying down? Does your little one struggle with constipation or incontinence? Maybe you notice that your child has a bit of a bulge in the middle of their belly when working hard? These are all potential signs that your child may have a diastasis rectus abdominus (DRA).
Primitive Reflexes are becoming more and more talked about in pediatric therapy communities. Their proper development, and integration are critical for helping your little one achieve motor and developmental milestones in infancy and can have profound effects on learning and behaviour into toddler and childhood. Learn more about what they are and why you should pay attention.
Crawling is something that is very synonymous with babies, although not all babies will do the typical crawl, and this can lead to some challenges down the road. Proper crawling is a very important milestone that should not be rushed or skipped! Read on to learn more about the benefits of crawling and how to get help if you’re concerned about your baby’s crawling, or lack of.
Are you wondering if your baby, toddler or child is constipated? Do you want to know how to help fix constipation in your baby, toddler or child? Are you wondering if medicine is the only solution, or if maybe physiotherapy can help constipation? Read on to find out how to help constipation in your child.
Does your child look clumsy? Do they seem to trip or fall over everything or maybe they bump into the kitchen table or wall while they are walking? Do they struggle to catch a ball or trace a line with their pencil?
If you answered yes to any of these statements, it’s time to look into Developmental Coordination Disorder (aka DCD).