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Category Archives: Paediatric Physiotherapy

Osgood-Schlatter Disease

Osgood-Schlatter Disease is a common cause of knee pain seen in adolescents. It is a gradual, non-traumatic condition that commonly occurs during the times of a growth spurt as the bones, muscles and tendons are growing at different rates. The tendon that attaches the kneecap to the shinbone (tibia) pulls on the growth plate over…
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What is Metatarsus Adductus?

Metatarsus Adductus Misshapen Feet in Babies Metatarsus Adductus is a common condition in babies and young children. The outside border of the foot is curved, and the foot is a bean-shape. Most cases are mild and will improve with some stretching exercises and as the child starts to stand. It is important to check if the…
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What You Need to Know About W-Sitting

W-Sitting in Children What is W-sitting?  W-sitting is when a child sits with their knees bent, bottom on the floor and feet out to either side in a W shape. W-sitting makes it easier for a child with poor core stability or balance to sit. They don’t have to work their muscles to be stable…
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How to Prepare for a Paediatric Physiotherapy Video Consultation

Total physiotherapy is now using video consultations (known as Telehealth) to continue our expert care with current and new patients. Telehealth has been used successfully to treat remote clients and is now being employed to treat our local clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. The NDIA, Chronic Disease Management (Formerly Medicare Enhanced Primary Care or EPC), and…
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