Baby torticollis

What is a Congenital Torticollis? It is a postural deformation identified at birth or shortly after the birth. In fact, it is a unilateral contracture or a muscular shortening (on one side only of the neck) of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM) that lead to an inclination of the head on the same side as the […]

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Tommy time!

Evolution of the prone position (Tommy Time)! The ventral position is essential to the good motor development of the child.  The baby needs to be positioned on the belly from the first weeks of life.  In the first 3 months, the position will be non-functional for the young baby and he will focus mainly on […]

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My child always walks on tiptoes! Is that normal?

A child who stands on tiptoe as soon as he is standing, who moves on tiptoe, who is unable to deposit heels on the ground must be evaluated by a physiotherapist in pediatrics. It is not normal for a child to not be able to drop the heels on the ground, or to deposit them […]

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