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Warning! No W Sitting Allowed! [Pediatric Physical Therapy, Pediatric Therapy, Yoga for Kids, Core Exercises for Kids, Core Strengthening for Children]
Does your child often sit in a “W” when sitting on the floor or mat? It is OK if your child transitions through this play position, but if this is their consistent “favorite” position it may be time to take a look at your child’s motor skills...
Filed Under: W-Sitting
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The 10 Day Healthy Eating Challenge- For Kids! [How to Stop Bedwetting, Yoga for Kids, Pediatric Physical Therapy, Pediatric Incontinence, Bedwetting, Bed Wetting, Bedwetting in Teenager]
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Make Summertime a Play Extravaganza to improve your Child’s Play Development! [Pediatric Therapy, Pediatric Occupational Therapy]
Filed Under: Summer Activities for Children
Helping My Baby Roll Over [Baby Rolling Over, Head Lag, Baby Head Control, Pediatric Therapy, Pediatric Physical Therapy]
Incorporating strengthening activities and developmental skills into your child’s playtime is important in order to help them become stronger and more independent. In playtime, help your infant learn how to roll from their back to their stomach in order to help strengthen...
Incorporating Tummy Time Throughout the Day [Pediatric Therapy, Tummy Time, Pediatric Physical Therapy]
Tummy time is any activity that prevents your child from remaining in one position for too long, such as when they are lying flat against a hard floor or car seat. So, it is possible to incorporate this position in a lot of different ways throughout your whole day:It can be playtime on a...
Tips To Prevent Your Baby From Developing Torticollis [Pediatric Therapy, Torticollis, Pediatric Physical Therapy, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Yoga for Kids]
Have you noticed that your infant prefers to look in only one direction? Does your child ignore toys placed on one side of them? Does your child fuss when attempting to look in the other direction? Do you notice a slight bend in your...
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10 Ways to Use an Exercise Ball To Improve Developmental Skills [Pediatric Therapy, Pediatric Physical Therapy, Core Exercises for Kids, Yoga for Kids]
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