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Types of treatment in Physiotherapy Physiotherapists can assess, diagnose, and offer treatment for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions affecting babies, children and adult. What we can help with: Back / neck pain Hip pain Knee pain Foot / heel / ankle pain Shoulder/ elbow / arm pain Sports injuries Orthopedic and Rheumatology conditions  Pre 5...
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Couples Therapy Couples (and Family) Therapy is a therapy that targets any relationship that  is in distress despite the best efforts of the partners, who usually feel stuck with a sense of loss of intimacy. There are many reasons for relationships to be threatened, mostly having to do with family of origin patterns of behaviors...
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Children and Learning disabilities Many children struggle with studies and have difficulties getting good grades, however are very smart. Often parents do not understand why their seemingly intelligent kids are failing at school. Some causes include hearing impairment and weak vision‎. Those latter are frequently the causes behind low scholastic and academic performances. Today, we...
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Special Needs Children Do you often hear the word “Special Needs”but do not understand what it means? Well allow us to offer some detailed information: “Individuals with Special Needs” describes children, adolescents and adults whose needs require assistance for disabilities that may be medical, educational, mental, or psychological. When it comes to our children, we...
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Psychomotor Therapy Psychomotor Therapy is a technique that helps in developing good coordination of movements, balance, as well as improving a child’s motor skills: gross motor skills (movements of the whole body) and fine motor skills (movements of fingers and hands). It is also a technique that helps some children write better in order to...
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Speech and Language Disorder Many children struggle with speech or language problems or delays. As a parent, wondering if your child is “on track” is a normal thought. It is important to know that all children develop at a different pace, and what is considered “typical development” is very widespread, especially in the early toddler...
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What Does Therapy for Children Look Like? Children’s brains are different from adult brains, which means the way that children experience emotion, process their experiences, and communicate their needs will be different than how adults do these things. Play Therapy for Young Children Younger kids especially often process emotion through play, and play therapists utilize games and...
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What Is Behavioral Therapy? Behavioral therapy is a term that describes a broad range of techniques used to change maladaptive behaviors. The goal is to reinforce desirable behaviors and eliminate unwanted ones. Behavioral therapy is rooted in the principles of behaviorism, a school of thought focused on the idea that we learn from our environment. This...
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How to Help Children who Worry about their Stutter The way children feel about their stuttering or disfluencies can affect them greatly. If children feel bad about their stutter or if they are worried that they might stutter, their stutter may get worse. Or, they may avoid doing things they enjoy because of the fear....
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Depression Is Different from Sadness or Grief/Bereavement The death of a loved one, loss of a job or the ending of a relationship are difficult experiences for a person to endure. It is normal for feelings of sadness or grief to develop in response to such situations. Those experiencing loss often might describe themselves as...
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