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Proper car seat positioning is very important, especially in newborns. Positioning of the head, neck, and trunk is beneficial in preventing torticollis. Studies have shown that 1 in 60 children...

There are many primitive reflexes. The ones that we focus on in Rhythmic Movement Training are: Moro Reflex: The Moro Reflex, sometimes called the infant startle reflex, is an automatic response to...

By: Zahava Pollak, OTS Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a lifelong condition which can affect children in various ways, and the severity and symptoms are unique to each individual case. Autism...

Pediatric occupational therapists help children develop and improve many skills such as fine motor, executive, and visual perceptual skills. We strive to help them through functional and engaging activities that...

Erb’s Palsy, also know as Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy, is a condition that is caused by a complication of pregnancy and delivery. The Brachial plexus is a group of nerves...

Eye-hand Coordination is the ability to control hand movement guided by vision. The vision system coordinates the information received through the eyes to control, guide, and direct the hands in...

A reflex is an automatic movement that assists in development, growth and survival (i.e. blinking reflex). Many reflexes are active throughout our lives Other reflexes, called primitive reflexes surface in...

Ever tried to “correct” your childs’ grasp when they color? Ever wonder which pencil grasp is most appropriate for writing? A study was performed on children in the fourth grade on...