Archive for the Children Category

Teenage Rehab / Prehab Group Ex Classes – Monday Afternoons

Teenage Rehab / Prehab Group Ex Classes    Some great news – BROOKE will be opening a couple of Teenage Rehab / Prehab Group Ex Classes on Monday afternoons. We have seen great interest and success with this population group in the past with Kate running similar sessions prior to her maternity […]

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Plagiocephaly (aka Flat Head Syndrome)

Plagiocephaly (aka Flat Head Syndrome)   Positional plagiocephaly (play-gee-o-kef-a-lee) describes the flattened shape of a baby’s head. Also known as ‘flat head syndrome’, it can affect the back or side of the skull and sometimes the shape of the ears, forehead and face. It does not affect […]

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Prevention of Children’s Sporting Injuries

Prevention of Children’s Sporting Injuries   Participation in sport improves physical fitness, coordination, and self-discipline, and gives children valuable opportunities to learn teamwork. Sporting activities can also result in injuries. Some of these injuries are minor and some are serious. Still others result in lifelong medical problems. […]

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W Sitting

W Sitting Written by Cathy Molloy “W” siting describes the position of a child when siting on the floor knees together and feet pointing outwards. Why do children W sit…? Children W sit for a number of reasons. When a child W sits they create a large base […]

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