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Getting kids active

Getting kids active
Getting Kids Active . by Ashley Delobel PT,DPT  If you are like me, you want your kids to be active and healthy. It is more important now than ever in the age of Covid-19. Most young children are naturally active whether inside or outside of the house. My kids especially want to be outside, even in the Las Vegas heat.  Here is a list of fun ways to get kids to exercise no matter what their age: Go walking or biking: This is the easiest way to get out and move around. It does n...
Posted on 2020-10-08

Optimal Therapy: A bright spot in bleak times

Optimal Therapy: A bright spot in bleak times
Optimal Therapy- A Bright Spot in Bleak Times. By Paige G, Front office Coordinator During these strange times of face masks, quarantine, and social distancing, it can be difficult for many of us to try to navigate our way back to normality. We miss our friends and family members as well as the joy and closeness that comes with spending quality, face-to-face time with other people. On top of that, there are many who are struggling with painful symptoms from an injury, accident, essential su...
Posted on 2020-10-06

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
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