Tag Archives: PT

PT Corner: Teens and Concussion: More Than Meets the Eye

[Source:  Lash & Associates Blog] by Phil Hossler, ATC In today’s society, sports are more popular than probably ever imagined. Large numbers of athletes participate in a variety of youth, high school, collegiate, professional, and recreational sports. As sport becomes … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: 10 Back to School Tips for School Based Therapists

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] It is that time of year again – back to school.  Here are 10 tips to help you get started on the right “foot” (for the PTs) or “write path” (for the OTs).  Get it hahahaha! … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Function From the Inside Out

[Source: HeartSpace PT] When I first became a pediatric PT we talked about primitive postural reflexes as part of the development of postural control.  We certainly didn’t have all the answers and there were many different perspectives, so these were … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Positional Clubfoot

by Rebecca Talmud, PT, DPT owner of Dinosaur Physical Therapy as appeared on the Dinosaur PT blog Positional Clubfoot or Talipes (from the Latin compound of “talus” ankle and “pes” foot) is a misunderstood, misrepresented and many times mistreated condition which affects … Continue reading


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App Review of the Week: Super Stretch Yoga – FREE

[Source: Bridging Apps] Balance. Coordination. Strength. Flexibility. Posture. Focus. Concentration. Calmness. These elements make the list for some of the known improvements and benefits of yoga. And the benefits of yoga are not limited to adults. All children, even children … Continue reading


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