Hypotonia is a word that is frequently bandied about in conjunction with a diagnosis of Down Syndrome as well as a lot of other developmental disab...
What are developmental variations in my child's physical development? Why do infants and children develop these variations? Are variations in a child's physical development common? If I am concerned about the future, what should I do? Some doctors or other therapists recommend shoe inserts or braces. What should I do?
Does your bub hold their head look like they are looking curious all the time? Or are they only looking one way? Don’t worry, they aren’t questioning your parenting!
Infant torticollis (twisted neck) is relatively common in newborns and is the most common cause of abnormal head shape (plagiocephaly) or neck posture in infants. Continue reading to find out more.
Children are not mini-adults! So what does a Paediatric Physiotherapist do?
How is a Paediatric Physio different? Do kids need Physio? What do they need Physio for? Paediatric Physio's have specific training on how children develop and how the development of their movement impacts their growing and learning. If your child has movement issues, Physio can help them move, play and learn better!