Category Archives: Physical Therapy

Jumping as an Important Milestone

Sometime between the 18th and 24th month, children start learning to jump. Eager parents often ask when to expect their child to jump with both feet off the ground. The simple answer is, every child is different. Of course, we … Continue reading

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What physical therapy means for a child with cerebral palsy.

For new parents whose children are diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and parents whose children with CP are nearing school age, understanding the diagnosis, prognosis, and the interventions available is often their top priority.  Being a first-time parent is challenging enough, and … Continue reading

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Putting Parents on Tummy Time

Chances are, if you like babies, you’ve seen this recent video floating around the interwebs: What I, a pediatric physical therapist, personally love about this video, is that it encapsulates everything I always tell parents about promoting tummy time for … Continue reading

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