Tag Archive: physical therapy

“I marvel at how much he’s able to do when I think back on where we started with his feet,” Allison Wolf says thankfully about her 4-year-old son Colton, whose list of favorite activities includes playing soccer, swimming, doing gymnastics and racing BMX bikes. “He’s a very active kid.” Colton was born with clubfoot, a deformity of the positioning of the foot. With this condition, the foot points downward and... View Article

Jun 1 2018

As your kids gather their gear and lace up their cleats for outdoor sports this spring, our sports core committee wants to remind all athletes and their families about the important role that stretching plays in protecting a child’s body from injury. Incorporating stretching exercises that increase flexibility is one of the American Academy of Pediatrics top sports injury prevention tips1 for 2017. There are multiple types of stretches that... View Article

May 24 2017

Whether it’s helping a 2-week-old recover from a birth related injury or helping a teen get back to football practice, physical therapists are masters of mobility and function. Specializing in everything from strength and balance to pain, injury and development; physical therapists treat a range of issues and help kids get back to doing the things they love most.For one patient with cerebral palsy, the opportunity to work with a... View Article

Oct 29 2013