What is it? Tummy time is a moment when your baby has supervised time on their tummy when they are awake. It can be on the parent's chest, lap, carried or on the floor/play mat. Accessories can be used to distract them and encourage them during the little workout. Since the Back to Sleep … Continue reading Tummy Time
[To be noted: this is a very prompt summary, a very basic description kept simple for everyone. If you require more information about each of the profession you should discuss with their professional body or a therapist of each branch themselves.] Any of theses professions have to answer this emblematic, empirical question: what is the … Continue reading What is the difference between an osteopath, a physiotherapist and a chiropractor?
Stretches: you know about them, you are doing them, your doctor give them to you but actually what their actual benefits are, and how to do them properly seems to be a bit of a blurred area in common knowledge, with a lot of myths and misconceptions. So here is an article that attempted to … Continue reading How and why Stretching?
Plagiocephaly or the so called Flat Head syndrome: How to manage it, how to avoid it, how to improve it. ‘What is it?’ Plagiocephaly is a deformity of the baby's skull, usually from positioning or moulding in the womb. According to some research, about half of babies nowadays have a flattening of the head with … Continue reading The ‘Flat Head Syndrome’ in Babies
Do you know how much pressure we put on our self in the society of today? Initially, stress is supposed to be a survival instinct, it is to be and to have a short term action: to run away or to fight for your life. Stress is a good thing: it makes you stronger, faster, … Continue reading Why and how did stress become your worst enemy?