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Kidcrew Medical - Lactation

Lactation and Breast Feeding Resources

The Lactation Crew at Kidcrew will support you and your vision of feeding success.

Kidcrew Medical - Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Resources

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

Kidcrew Medical - Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy Resources

Occupational therapy promotes independence in everyday life.

Kidcrew Medical - Therapy

Therapy Resources

Our therapy team is dedicated to helping your family with improving your child’s mental health.



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How Long Should A Breastfeed Be?

How long should a breastfeed be? Typically breastfeeds are between 10 minutes and 40 minutes – if breastfeeds are any longer or shorter than this range, there is often a breastfeeding problem and mom is usually experiencing a number of other concerns as well.

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).

What is Cradle Cap?

Cradle cap in babies is ubiquitous in the newborn period. It usually presents as orange or yellow, oily or greasy flakes on your baby’s scalp.

Does My Baby Have Acne?

Baby acne on the face is prevalent in the newborn period. This baby rash usually occurs at a few weeks of age and presents a baby face rash with small bumps on the cheeks, nose, or chin.

Is green poo in babies normal?

Baby poo can be an area of constant stress for new parents. There is a massive variation in the color, frequency, and consistency of stools, both in breast-fed and formula-fed babies.

When can I stop sterilizing bottles?

Most pediatricians recommend only sterilizing for the first four months. After that, using soap and water is enough. Almost every other thing that your baby puts in their mouth is unsterile, including the human breast!