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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How to navigate to find the right backpack

Shopping for a good backpack can make a difference to your child’s neuro-vertebral health. It may have a direct impact on posture and a good bag will help avoid problems such as neck and / or back pain, headaches, scoliosis (a condition that creates a twist in the spine), etc.   The backpack must be […]

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A look at pediatric physiotherapy and chiropractic!

When to consult a professional for your child’s motor development? It is always possible to consult a professional for prevention. Here are some signs that your child might benefit from a consultation: Nursing is difficult. Lifting his head during ‘tummy time’ after 3 months is difficult. He still holds his fists closed after 4 months. […]

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