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Physiotherapy Resources

Babies begin their gross motor development by learning to lift their heads on their tummy.

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Occupational therapy promotes independence in everyday life.

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The Best Positions for Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding, while a natural process, can pose challenges for new mothers. Key to a smooth breastfeeding journey is discovering the right position, ensuring both comfort and effectiveness. This guide dives into some of the most recommended positions, making the experience more enjoyable for both mother and baby.

What Is a Tongue Tie?

A tongue tie, or ankyloglossia, is when the frenulum under the tongue restricts movement, potentially impacting activities like breastfeeding. With expert diagnosis and treatment, it’s possible to alleviate the issues arising from it.

What is Flat Head Syndrome in Babies?

What is plagiocephaly (baby head shape flattening)? Plagiocephaly is a fancy term for flat head syndrome. There are actually 2 types: plagiocephaly (where one side of the head is flatter than the other, commonly associated with torticollis), and brachycephaly (flat head across the whole back of the skull).

At What Age Do Babies Crawl?

Crawling, or any form of locomotion typically emerges between 7-11 months. There are various forms of crawling, from the classic hands and knees to the army crawl, or even the bum scoot. Provided there are no other developmental concerns, babies do not need to perform classic crawling.

At What Age Do Babies Sit?

Babies begin to sit anywhere from 4-6 months, with independent sitting emerging closer to 6 months. Babies will often first sit in what’s called the “tripod” position, meaning that the legs are spread wide and the hands are down in front supporting their body.

My Child Is W-Sitting. Is It Really So Harmful?

W-sitting is when a child sits on the floor with his or her bum between their legs, and their knees are bent in front of them and their legs are rotated away from their body. From a birds-eye view, it looks like the legs are forming a “W”. This position is super stable for children to sit in.

How Can I Make Teething Easier?

Are your baby’s gums tender and swollen? Is your baby drooling more, chewing on everything and seeming to be more cranky with disrupted sleep and eating patterns? Here are some great tips on making teething easier for your baby.