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Pelvic Floor Foundation

Pelvic Floor Foundation
Pelvic Floor Foundation. Written by Allison Moore, OTR/L, Pelvic Floor Specialist Although hypermobility can be a fun party trick when a hand or thumb is involved, other areas of the body do not have such a carefree response. Hypermobility in the pelvic region results from loose ligaments and low tone or weakness in pelvic and core musculature. Some common diagnoses that may result in low tone include Ehler Danlos Syndrome (EDS), downs syndrome, and cerebral palsy. Postpartum may result in ...
Posted on 2020-08-31

Deconditioning

Deconditioning
Lazy Summer or Deconditioning?. The weather is hot, the gym is closed, and you've been relaxing - enjoying the lazy, hazy days of summer. Taking a day off here and there is no problem, but if you've been consistently missing your regular run, bike ride, or gym session and notice some aches and pains showing up, you might have the beginnings of deconditioning.. Deconditioning explained. Exercise creates many changes in your body - your heart begins to pump blood more efficiently...
Posted on 2020-08-06

Messy play: Opportunities for a Sensory Learning Experience

Messy play: Opportunities for a Sensory Learning Experience
Messy Sensory Play At Home by Samantha Hilbish, OTR/L What is messy play? It is almost exactly what it sounds like! Messy play is anything that provides sensory input to the body through touch, smell, and sometimes even taste. Messy play is beneficial to children as they grow. As infants, children explore their world through all their senses. Everything is new to them, so providing a variety of sensory input helps their sensory systems to develop into more mature systems. One way to introd...
Posted on 2020-07-30
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