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05.06.2024
Nurture Your Mental Well Being: The Power of Self
Today, let’s talk about something that a lot of us struggle with: self-care for mental health. In this fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle, neglecting our own well being. But taking care of yourself is not a luxury, it’s a necessity! So, grab a cup of tea, cozy
Nurture your mental well being
04.22.2024
Supporting Families in Pediatric Rehabilitation
Pediatric rehabilitation is a journey not only for the child but also for their families. Caring for a child with a disability or undergoing rehabilitation can present unique challenges, both emotional and practical, that families must navigate. From managing appointments to coping with emotional stress, the journey can be overwhelming. However, with the right support
supporting families in pediatric rehabilitation
04.01.2024
Airway Health
Poor airway health can affect your child in a number of ways. Here are 5 things red flags to watch for that can indicate poor airway health. Your Child Breathes Through Their Mouth Firstly, sleeping with mouth open, tongue low posture is an immediate red flag for poor airway health. Mouth breathing also increases the
airway health
05.13.2024
Understanding Flat Feet in Children
Flat feet, or pes planus, is a condition where the arches of the feet collapse, causing the entire sole to touch the ground when standing. While it’s common in adults, it’s even more prevalent in children. So, why do kids have flat feet? Let’s delve into the factors contributing to this condition. Causes of Flat
Flat feet
04.29.2024
How to Sneeze
How do you sneeze while being kind to your pelvic floor? Tighten up and let it go! Are you someone that tries to sneeze discreetly? Do you try to hold it in? Let me tell you what is happening when you don’t let that air out:  Here’s what to do instead – tighten your pelvic floor
how to sneeze
04.15.2024
Spring Brings Change to Activity Levels
Changes in weather change your activity level. Spring is in the air, and that means more than just blooming flowers and chirping birds. It’s a natural nudge to shake off the winter blues and be more active. Research that looked at the seasonality of physical activity proves this is true. Across a wide variety of
activity levels