Chest physiotherapy is recommended for bronchiolitis, cold, bronchitis, pulmonary and chest infections, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis and asthma in new-borns and babies. It can also be used on children and adults of all ages.
This article explains how physiotherapy can help and the different techniques used. Read more
Women and mothers are affected by a number of different health issues particular to them, and their needs and treatment are therefore quite different to those of men. Many women don’t realise that their issues aren’t unique to them and that several other women suffer from the same conditions. Studies have shown that there is also a tendency for women’s pain to be taken less seriously. As a result, they feel embarrassed to talk about their issues and don’t seek treatment that could easily solve their symptoms.
Article written by Baby Physio for Smallish Magazine
Child development follows a milestones chart which helps us to follow the evolution and to spot if the child has any delay. But this chart shows us the development steps of an average child. It is then important to tell parents that not all children develop at the same pace and that depending on his environment a child could develop his movement faster or slower than the average.
Every winter, thousands of babies and infants suffer from bronchiolitis. It starts with a simple cough and runny nose and might go unnoticed as such. Read more
For the untrained eye, there might be signs that your child has some developmental problems, which remains unseen at an early age. Read more
About 1 in 250 infants are born with torticollis. Boys and girls are equally likely to develop a head tilt. It can be present at birth or take up to 3 months to develop. Read more
For the untrained eye, there might be signs that your child has some developmental delay, which remains unseen at an early age.
If the issue is still on going as the child grows older, it will get more difficult to treat and will affect the child’s quality of life. Read more
It is not uncommon for babies to catch a cold. It causes crying, tiredness, blocked nose, lack of appetite, sleepless nights, . It can last up to 2 weeks and will usually clear up by then. But here’s what to do to help your baby and ensure a speedy recovery. Read more
A full assessment is recommended after birth especially if labour was very long or very short, if the delivery was made using ventouse, forceps or caesarean section. Read more