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Torticollis: Important Information for New Parents

If you’re a new parent, you’re likely worrying about a million things when your baby comes home from the hospital. Gaining enough weight, watching temperature, figuring out days/nights – its endless. If you’re anything like me, you might also be obsessing over the shape of your baby’s head! As a pediatric occupational therapist, my clients […]

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What To Expect When You’re Expecting Pelvic Health: Physical Therapist Dr. Ryan Bailey

This post is courtesy of one of our sponsors. We are delighted to share it with you! All opinions are our own. Expecting Pelvic Health: Online Support for Moms and Moms-to-be Do you expect pelvic health? Or are you resigned to living with pain, discomfort, and possibly even incontinence during your childbearing years and beyond? […]

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Why This Occupational Therapist is Telling You That the Bumbo is a Dumbo

The Bumbo Seat I cringe when I see them on my friends’ baby registries. I know why they’re recommended to new moms: so they can shower/cook dinner/feed themselves/get a break, just for a few minutes. And that’s important stuff when you’re sleep deprived, not getting much help, responsible for other children, and you just NEED […]

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Trading Bottles For Backpacks: How To Move On From Baby Daze To School Days

It’s that time of year again when my Facebook feed is flooded with the shining faces of children heading off to their first day of school. Homemade chalkboard signs held by eager little hands commemorate the passage of time and new beginnings. Now here we are, about a week into it. But we’re still in […]

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