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Oct 17, 2017 / Health Tips
Tummy Time Tools provides parents with ideas and activities to make sure your baby gets enough time on his tummy throughout the day, while he or she is awake and supervised.
Jul 13, 2013 / Did You Know?
Putting babies to sleep on their backs helps prevent sudden infant death syndrome, but it may have led to an increase in flat spots on babies' heads. If caught early, it can be addressed to prevent possible developmental delays.
Aug 16, 2023 / Guide
A "container baby" is a newborn baby or young infant who is placed in a container, such as a car seat or stroller, for an excessive amount of time on a given day.
Aug 22, 2013 / Podcast
A physical therapist and orthotist discuss the treatment of plagiocephaly (or flat head syndrome) for babies.
Nov 3, 2020 / Health Tips
Encouraging daily physical activity and active play in infants and toddlers is important to develop strength, balance, coordination, movement planning skills, endurance, and flexibility.
Jun 16, 2022 / Guide
Plagiocephaly, brachycephaly, and dolichocephaly (flat head syndrome) are skull deformations caused by an infant being in one position for too long. Early treatment is vital to prevent further flattening and reduce the risk of developmental problems.
Sep 9, 2021 / Activity
Have your kids ever played pick-up sticks? Mine love it, and I played it all the time growing up! Let's try giving this fine motor game a twist. Don't topple the teepee!
Sep 27, 2017 / Podcast
Diastasis rectus abdominis can happen in women during and following pregnancy due to the stretching of the abdominal wall.
Jun 17, 2022 / Guide
Torticollis — or simply, twisted neck — is a condition in which the head stays tilted to one side. Infant torticollis is due to a tight neck muscle. Infant tortocillis responds very well to physical therapy, and the earlier treatment begins the better.
Aug 1, 2023 / Guide
Developmental delay describes when young children are slower than their peers to reach milestones in key mental and physical areas. Physical therapy plays an important role treating developmental delay in children of all ages.