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Myths About Suicide: Moving Beyond Common Misconceptions

This is part two of a three-part series on myths surrounding suicide. When it comes to suicide, there’s a lot... 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 »

How to Talk to Your Kids About Tragedy

When tragedy struck at Sandy Hook, my kids were little – one was a toddler and the other two were... Read full post »

Flat Feet: Why Kids Should Go Barefoot This Summer

A flexible, flat foot is considered a part of typical development until a child is 6-years-old. Most infants are born... Read full post »
Could Your Child Benefit from Massage?

Benefits of Massage Therapy for Children

For many, the word massage brings up an image of a serene spa with low lights and soft music; a... Read full post »
Recreational Therapy: Give Your Kid a Break!

Recreation Therapy: Give Your Kid a Break!

When was the last time you and your family did something for yourselves that you all enjoyed? Often, it’s easy... Read full post »
Music Therapy: Sounds of Love in Early Childhood

Music Therapy: Sounds of Love in Early Childhood

Believe it or not, your baby thinks your voice sounds better than Beyoncé, Whitney, Elton or Elvis. And, singing to... Read full post »
Baby with congenital muscular torticollis

Recognizing Congenital Muscular Torticollis in Your Newborn

Written by Catie Christensen, DPT and Allison Rish, MPT, Physical Therapy Team All children are born with weak neck muscles... Read full post »