Five reasons not to purchase a Snoo: From a group of pediatric occupational and physical therapists

As pediatric occupational and physical therapists who work mainly with infants, we’ve witnessed a time in history where the amount of baby equipment being used by many parents and child care centers has sky-rocketed. This trend is having developmental implications for...

The Importance of Baby’s Head Shape in Development: Why a blanket on the floor is your baby’s best friend

During the last 10 years we have seen a steady increase in delayed milestones in infants.  The increase in children whose heads are flattened also continues to rise.  Many parents whose children are diagnosed with plagiocephaly or brachycephaly are commonly told,...

30% of Babies Need a Cranial Band?

30%. That’s our number. Of all the babies that come through our doors, 30% end up needing a cranial band. That means 70% are helped with positioning; myofascial release; refinement of daily routines; kinisiotaping; and so on. Very important to note that if we...