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Infant Torticollis and Physical Therapy

Infant Torticollis and Physical Therapy

Have you noticed that your infant tilts their head to one side or has a preference to look only one direction when lying on their stomach or back? Torticollis, sometimes referred to as congenital muscular torticollis (CMT), is a condition affecting infants that can...
Making Sense of Regulation

Making Sense of Regulation

You realize it is time to leave the house for an appointment you have and your child is playing with their favorite toy in the living room. You go in there and say, “It’s time to go!” Your child screams, “No!” and starts throwing their toys out of the toy box. “We...
Defying Gravity

Defying Gravity

Children are naturally drawn to test gravity. A lot of development is learning to challenge gravity. Climbing up slides, walking on curbs, climbing trees. This is the ‘work’ of childhood. In very young children, reflexes often support these antigravity movement...