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Could Your Child Benefit from Total Motion Release?

Have you ever gotten a “crick” in your neck (or back)? If you have, then you probably noticed that though the pain and restricted movement may have been specific to one small area, it affected your body in other ways.

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Worried About Your Kid’s Backpack? The Scoop on School Backpacks and Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe

Can you believe it’s almost time for school to start? With the first day looming, we thought it would be a good time to discuss concerns physical therapists have about school backpacks. Every day, children use backpacks to carry books and

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What Parents Need to Know About Infant Torticollis

Karolee Stauduhar

I’m taking a few days off this week, keeping my two-year old granddaughter occupied while her mom and newborn sister try to rest and dad’s at work. Being with my newborn granddaughter has gotten me to thinking about the babies I see at Kid’s

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What’s the Problem With Exersaucers?

Karolee Stauduhar

Recently, during the course of a physical therapy session, I asked the patient’s mom how they spend their day at home with baby. She told me that he has started doing more “tummy time,” which most pediatricians highly recommend for development. She

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