Common Pediatric Parasomnias

  • Posted on Oct 28, 2019

Having a 2.5 year old I have now been able to experience some of these sleep parasomnias first hand. Sadly they can be scary and not fun to see your child go through, but are

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Are You Ready for some Football?

  • Posted on Oct 17, 2017

If your child is under the age of 12, the answer might be NO.  A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry showed that playing football under the age of 12 was associated with 2

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Get outside for your eyes.

  • Posted on Apr 20, 2017

  Get outside for your eyes.  And for the rest of your brain as well.  Studies are showing significant decrease in the need for eye correction in children who have increased outdoor time.  Sunlight increases the

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Exercise for Autism?

  • Posted on Nov 29, 2016

  A study was presented at the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy’s Association Section on Pediatrics at the 2016 conference on exercise programs for children with autism. The lead researcher, Susan Ronan DPT,PCS, said that

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Infant Reflux

  • Posted on Oct 11, 2016

Infant reflux is a normal thing for the majority of infants.  Spitting infants are a normal part of day to day life.  The spitting tends to increase around 2 weeks of age as the baby

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Preventing Hearing Loss

  • Posted on Sep 28, 2016

When I think of hearing loss, I typically think of an elderly neighbor of mine that wears hearing aids. It has been only recently that we have been hearing more about hearing loss in teenagers.

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Stand up Straight

  • Posted on Sep 14, 2016

We are seeing more and more middle school and high school kids with rounded shoulders. I am sure you remember your mom telling you to stand up straight! Standing up straight is great! It aligns

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