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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
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Pickleball 101: A Beginner’s Guide to the Basics of the Game
Have you become part of the pickleball craze yet? It’s a sport that has been gaining popularity in recent years, attracting people of all ages and skill levels. If you’re curious about pickleball and want to learn more about it, you’ve come to the right place. We’re going to cover the basics of pickleball, from
Nurturing Boundaries: Empowering Your Young Child for a Healthy Future 
As parents, we strive to provide our children with the best possible upbringing. One crucial aspect of parenting is establishing and nurturing healthy boundaries. Boundaries not only help our children understand their limits but also empower them to navigate the world confidently. By setting boundaries early on, we equip our young ones with crucial life
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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
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What is a Pediatric Stander?
A pediatric stander is a supportive device for children who have great difficulty or are unable to stand or walk achieve and maintain an upright standing position.  What are the Benefits of a Pediatric Stander? The decision to use a stander is generally made by a team of professionals based on the child’s specific condition
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How Can Physical Therapists Reduce Risk of Falls?
Physical therapists can significantly reduce the risk of falls, especially for older adult populations. During each appointment, they conduct thorough assessments to identify risk factors that can make a person more likely to fall. This may include evaluating balance, gait, sensation, muscle strength, coordination, medication side effects, vision, footwear, and home safety hazards.  Based on
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