Flat Feet Vs. Pronation: Which Does My Child Have & When Is It A Problem?

This article will discuss the difference between having flat feet and having pronated feet, when it is typical and when it is problematic as well as what you should do next.  Flat feet is a common term used by adults to describe feet which do not have medial arches.  While pronation is similar, it specifically … Continue reading Flat Feet Vs. Pronation: Which Does My Child Have & When Is It A Problem?

What Is Tele Therapy?

Due to recent closures caused by the COVID-19 virus, our clinic has decided to continue to support families in what we feel is the most socially responsible way, via Tele Therapy.  What is Tele Therapy? Tele-therapy is often used to provide therapeutic services through a virtual medium. There are a multitude of different delivery methods such … Continue reading What Is Tele Therapy?

Strategies for Sensory Meltdowns in the Classroom

Its that time of year again! Back to school can be a difficult time of year for children as they learn to readjust to routines and expectations in the classroom setting. They are bombarded by sensory stimuli and learning to cope in a bustling and overwhelming classroom of 15+ children! A sensory meltdown often occurs … Continue reading Strategies for Sensory Meltdowns in the Classroom