Therapy

Sight Words: Are They Necessary to Teach Your Child to Read?

They have been called Fry, Dolch, high frequency and common words. Regardless of their name, the English language is based... Read full post »

Kids and Pain: Treatment and Care After Surgery

After a surgical procedure, a person is often told to take a pill every few hours to feel better. According... Read full post »

Chronic Swelling: Lymphedema Defined

The lymphatic system is an intricate system of vessels in the body that drains fluid – lymph – from the... Read full post »

Why Crawling is Important for Your Baby

Crawling provides many great experiences for your child and helps develop and strengthen other areas. If you haven’t noticed your... Read full post »

Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) interventions are health care approaches developed outside of mainstream-Western, or conventional, medicine. Used together with... Read full post »

Massage Therapy for Sports Injuries

Kids, like adults, get injured doing the things they love. We often think that kids are ‘resilient’ or will ‘bounce... Read full post »

Nasal Speech: What Parents Need to Know

When we speak, air comes up from our lungs, through our voice box, and enters our mouth and nose to... Read full post »

Should I Be Worried if My Child is In-Toeing?

In-toeing is a type of standing posture or gait pattern in which a child’s feet, and in some cases the... Read full post »