Category Archives: PT

Pediatric Therapy Corner: October 6 is World Cerebral Palsy Day

[Source:  The Mighty] October 6 is World Cerebral Palsy Day. If you’re like most people with a passing interest in Today’s Very Important Day, you may check out a few facts and learn things like 17 million people have cerebral palsy and 1 in 500 … Continue reading


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Farm Eases Haircut Anxiety For Kids On The Spectrum

[Source: The Fresno Bee via Disability Scoop] Five-year-old Saya Luna-Triplett used to be terrified to get her hair cut. The drone of voices, buzz of clippers and shearing of scissors in the confined space of a beauty salon were overwhelming … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Wheelbarrow Walking

[Source:  Starfish Therapies] Do any of you remember doing wheelbarrow races as a child? I do! I remember thinking it was hysterical that someone was holding my feet and I was racing someone else on my hands. Well, as much … Continue reading


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Brain Stimulation Shows Promise As Aid To Recovery from TBI

[Source: Psych Daily] Low-impulse electrical brain stimulation may help improve neural function in patients who have mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) with persistent post-concussion symptoms, according to a new pilot study by researchers at the University of California San Diego … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Single Leg Stance

[Source:  Starfish Therapies] We often have parents come in and ask for us to help their child be able to stand on one foot better. Usually they have heard that this is a skill that all children should be able … Continue reading


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