Back Pack Safety

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Back Pack Safety It’s time to start thinking about going back to school! This hand out provides tips and tricks for back pack safety in order to help prevent injury. Children who improperly wear back packs or carry too much weight in their back packs have an increased likely hood for back, neck, or shoulder

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Does My Baby Really Need to Crawl?

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Does My Baby Really Need to Crawl? Crawling on hands and knees is an extremely important developmental milestone that should not be skipped. Crawling is important for a baby’s cognitive development, social-emotional development, gross motor development, fine motor development, and speech-language development. Here is how:   Crawling uses core muscles and therefore helps to strengthen

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A torticollis diagnosis: What’s next?

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When my daughter was a baby she was diagnosed with torticollis. Although this may seem scary when you first hear this diagnosis, therapy is usually effective and relatively short, often depending on how early the torticollis is diagnosed. What is torticollis? Torticollis is a condition where one’s neck is turned consistently to one side, with

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