Monthly Archives: October 2015

  • Posture Tips for Moms

    Lifting and carrying a child, picking up toys off of the floor, and pushing a stroller are normal daily tasks for mothers. The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) offers tips to help moms and other caregivers accomplish these daily feats without aches and pains. Physical therapists are experts in movement and function, especially when movement involves a change […]

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  • Will Your Late Talker Get Better as They Grow?

    A child first learns language and then uses that language as a stepping-stone to learn more skills and to achieve milestones. Children with persistent language delays are at a greater risk for developing reading and writing difficulties. Early identification and early intervention are critical to eliminating or reducing potential problems. 20-30% of children with delayed language problems DO […]

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