Vestibular and Proprioceptive Home Activities


HOME EXERCISE PROGRAMS It is important that home exercises be performed twice daily; once in the morning & once in the late afternoon/early evening. It is often helpful to do them in the morning before school and in the afternoon before homework as they may help to “set” the child’s nervous system/pathways. If the child [...]

Vestibular and Proprioceptive Home Activities2022-11-08T15:51:15-06:00

What is Sensory Processing Disorder


What is Sensory Processing Disorder? We learn through our senses: What we see What we hear What we touch What we smell What we experience through movement Sensory Integration theory is a way of looking at how the brain and the body work together to process sensory stimulation. Neurosensory Integration is the ability to take [...]

What is Sensory Processing Disorder2022-11-08T15:39:07-06:00

Tongue Tie Basics


What is a Tongue Tie? A tongue tie occurs when a thin membrane under the babies tongue,(the lingual frenum), restricts the movement of the tongue. There are also lip and buccal (cheek ties). It is often referred to as TOTS (Tethered Oral Tissue Syndrome) This occurs at about 6 weeks in utero. We are all [...]

Tongue Tie Basics2022-11-08T15:12:16-06:00

Tongue Tie Symptoms


Mom’s Symptoms: Cracked and bleeding nipples Milk supply-decreased and over supply Drop in supply especially at 3 months Misshapen nipples/lipstick deformity Mastitis and/or clogged ducts Prolonged feedings Vasospasms-white marking on nipple immediately after feeding Fatigue, anxiety, and depression Baby’s Symptoms: Pops on and off breast, Shallow latch Clicking while nursing Reflux or colic Poor weight [...]

Tongue Tie Symptoms2022-11-08T15:06:17-06:00
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