Pediatric Physical Therapy

Importance of Tummy Time

The Back to Sleep program was initiated in 1992, in order to decrease the occurrence of SIDS. Since then, there has been a decline in parents/caregivers placing their infants on their tummy.  Additionally, many do…

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10 Activities to do with Easter Eggs

As you spend time at home around the Easter holiday, go ahead and break out those plastic Easter eggs a little early! They aren’t just for hiding candy! Did you know that just breaking apart…

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Are walkers, exersaucers and jumpers safe to use?

They’re colorful, engaging and fun, and they seem like great places to place your infant while you take a much needed break. But are walkers, exersaucers and jumpers really good for infants? There’s growing belief…

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Backpacks and Back Pain: How To Make Sure Your Child’s School Backpack Does No Harm

These days, lifting your child’s backpack can provoke this sort of response: “This is so heavy! How can you possibly carry it?” Backpacks today feel like they’re filled with rocks or weights instead of the…

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A Testimonial that Warmed Our Hearts

We were so thrilled to receive this heartfelt letter from the mother of one of our valued patients.  There is something so very special about working with our peds patients and are honored to have served…

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