Helping kids of all ages to live a more active life through FUNctional movement.
Tying shoelaces may seem like a small task, but for school-aged children, it can be a significant milestone in developing fine motor skills and fostering a sense of independence. If a child can’t do this easily and independently, it may lead to frustration and embarrassment. Find out strategies to support this.
Do you have a toddler or preschooler? Are they keen to colour, draw, or make crafts? Or maybe they struggle because they don’t have the necessary skills yet? Maybe it’s time to work on some PRE-scissor and PRE-writing skills.
The playground is any physiotherapists’ dream. When used safely, it can be a huge part of a child’s development.
Therapy intensives are an excellent tool to help children achieve very specific, defined goals in a short amount of time. Through the power of neuroplasticity kids benefit from longer duration and daily session of therapy.
With the warmer, sunnier weather, comes an increased risk of dehydration. This can be dangerous and cause many challenges for your child. Learn the signs and symptoms to watch for and how to prevent dehydration.
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.