Exercises Kids Can Do for Different Parts of the Body Using Foam Rollers

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Sometimes called frollers, foam rollers are well known to therapists and athletes. They are sold in sporting goods and department stores, and come in various shapes and sizes – the most common being 36 inches long and six inches round. They look a little like short, stubby pool noodles, but they are shorter and denser…. Read more »

The Importance of Promoting Upper Body Strength From a Young Age

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Upper body strength is critical throughout a person’s life. Effective arm movement and control are possible only when trunk strength and stability are good – and a stable core provides a solid base of support from which both the arms and legs are free to move with precision and control. Postural Control is Key Good… Read more »

Seven Outdoor Water Activities Children’s Physical Therapists Can Use in the Summer Months

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Most children love to play in water – and play is the best way a child learns. Especially now that the summer months are rolling around, aquatic therapy can be a highly beneficial addition to a child’s PT program. Exercising in water provides relaxation and gives both proprioceptive and calming input. Virtually all aquatic activities… Read more »