What is Aquatic Therapy?

What is Aquatic Therapy?

Pediatric Physical Therapist, Dr. Carly Glatz, explains what aquatic therapy is and what makes it a useful tool for pediatric...
Shoe Guide for New Walkers & Toddlers

Shoe Guide for New Walkers & Toddlers

In this video, Pediatric Physical Therapist Dr. Anne Wolfe explains what to look for when buying shoes for new walkers and toddlers. You want to make sure their shoes are flexible enough to allow for proper development of foot muscles, but provides enough ankle...
Signs Your Child May Need Reflex Integration Therapy

Signs Your Child May Need Reflex Integration Therapy

Primitive reflexes are automatic, instinctual movement that assists in development, growth, and survival. These reflexes typically integrate by 12 months of age, and when they don’t, they can prevent gross motor development and cause stress in the body. In this...
Speech Problems That Point to an OMD

Speech Problems That Point to an OMD

Has your child been working on their r, l, m, or sh sound in speech therapy for an extended period of time, but still can’t get it? In this video, speech-language pathologist and myofunctional therapist, Danielle Carey, explains red flags in speech therapy that...
3 Ways to Use a Boppy Pillow

3 Ways to Use a Boppy Pillow

Boppy Pillows are on most baby registries, as they are great for bottle and breastfeeding. BUT there are some other ways to use a Boppy to support your baby’s gross motor development! In this video, pediatric occupational therapist, Dr. Sarah Johnson, explains...