Category: Natural Pain Relief

Is Your Child Learning Handwriting? If so, Here are 3 Tips! May12th 2021

Is Your Child Learning Handwriting? If So, Here Are 3 Tips!

Has it Been Difficult for Your Child to Master Handwriting? We Can Help! It’s every parent’s dream to set their child up for long-term success. Developing good handwriting takes a lot of time, and while it starts at home, it definitely is a process that will continue on through the primary school years and even

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Is Your Child "W" Sitting? If so, PT Can Help Correct It May3rd 2021

Is Your Child “W” Sitting? If so, PT Can Help Correct It

Consult with a Physical Therapist to Help Correct Your Child’s “W” Sitting! One of the most common problems for children who see the physical therapist is “W” sitting. As the parent, one of your main focuses is helping your child overcome physical obstacles that may be holding them back from being their best. A physical

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How Physical Therapy Can Help Apr5th 2021

How Physical Therapy Can Help Relieve Your Arthritis Pain (Without Opioids!)

Arthritis pain is one of the most frustrating types of pain. It is chronic, it is intense, and it can interfere with just about everything that you like to do throughout the day, from reducing your grip strength to making it difficult to shift between sitting and standing. There are many different types of medications

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Pediatric Injuries Can Be Difficult - Here are Some Tips for Avoiding Them Mar15th 2021

Pediatric Injuries Can Be Difficult – Here are Some Tips for Avoiding Them

Help Your Active Child Avoid Injuries with These Tips and Tricks! Pediatric injuries typically fall into one of two categories: acute or overuse injuries. According to the National Library of Medicine, “Acute injuries are usually physical or avulsion fractures relating to a single traumatic event. Overuse injuries are the result of repetitive stress and include

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Ready to Start Teaching Your Child Important Life Lessons? Start with Chores Mar5th 2021

Ready to Start Teaching Your Child Important Life Lessons? Start with Chores

Chores Can Help Your Child Learn More than Simply How to Clean! According to the Autism Awareness Centre, “It’s important to practice chores to work towards greater independence. Some chores can also be worked into a sensory diet. Having a child do household chores makes them feel they are contributing members of the family.” Giving

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5 Activities To Lead a More Active Lifestyle Feb15th 2021

5 Activities To Lead a More Active Lifestyle

To stay as healthy as possible it’s important to lead an active lifestyle. Becoming more active isn’t difficult. It’s just a matter of finding activities you enjoy that you can take part in on a regular basis. Call our office to find out how a physical therapy program can help you maintain maximum mobility and

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