The purpose of Spinal Galant Reflex is not fully understood, however, it is believed to assist in the birthing process and also in development of crawling. To test for the Galant reflex you place your baby/child on their tummy exposing the skin on their back. To elicit the reflex simply stroke down your baby/child’s back
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Episode 5 of Aisha’s video series on Primitive Reflexes in children. Have you heard of the Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR)? How can it be tested? What does it tell us about you child development? This week we look into the testing of the ATNR and it’s importance in mapping your child’s development or testing
Episode 4 of Aisha’s video series on Primitive Reflexes in children. This week we look into the testing of the Palmar Grasp and Plantar Response reflexes and their importance in mapping your child’s development or testing for other problems.
Episode 3 of Aisha’s video series on Primitive Reflexes in children. This week we explore the importance of the Moro reflex and how testing is used by our Paediatric experts to test children for possible developmental delays or other problems. Happy watching…!!!
Episode 2 of Aisha’s video series on Primitive Reflexes. This weeks we explore two reflexes associated with your babies feeding and are used by our Paediatrics experts to test children for possible developmental delay or other problems. Happy viewing…!!!
Our Chiropractor Aisha, specialising in all things neurological, starts her series of Paediatric videos with an introduction to primitive reflexes and how they can help us identify developmental delays in children. Stay tuned for many more short videos going deeper into this area to help you monitor the health of your kids!!
Pilates + Pregnancy = Preg-lates!!!! The Problem: The incidence of lower back pain during pregnancy is reported to be as high as 50-80% of all pregnant women. Pelvic changes and altered loading on the spine are the two main contributing factors of lower back pain in pregnant women1. One fifth of pregnant women develop pelvic
During the entire month of July is hosting Physio “Q&A Month”!!! What is Physio “Q&A Month”? In order to increase awareness in the local community about Physiotherapy, we are inviting ANYONE who has a health-related question to ask our Physiotherapists at NO COST!! As per our below flyer, we are hosting 10-minute info talks on
We have some exciting changes happening here at ! As you already know, Vesna is taking time off to be a Mum! As of this week, Vesna is officially on maternity leave. She has a month to go until her little boy is due so it is time she has a rest and will let