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A guide to your new baby’s development

From birth to 3 months

Congratulations on the birth of your baby!

The next 3 months will be a very busy time developmentally for your little one. This Blog is intended as a basic guide as to what to expect and how you can play with y...

June 18, 2018

Teen Pilates classes have started at MGS Physiotherapy Mona Vale
Focusing on posture, body awareness, balance and core strength our Teen Pilates classes include both equipment and mat based exercises that are a non-competitive way to get your teens moving well....

June 13, 2017

A 2017 study published in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioural Pediatrics has found a link between Plagiocephaly and developmental delay. The study conducted by The George Institute for Global Health and the University of Sydney reviewed 19 papers and found the...

So you think your child is hypermobile?

Hypermobility refers to the ability of a joint to move through a greater than normal range of motion.

To understand how this happens let’s start with some simple anatomy…

Our joints are held together by connective tissue – namely...

Lower limb alignment in children

Parents are often concerned about the alignment of their child’s legs. Some children walk with their feet turned in and some with their feet turned out. Others have knock knees or bow legs. This article is Part 1 in a series will explain...

March 19, 2017

“W” siting describes the position of a child when siting on the floor knees together and feet pointing outwards.

Why do children W sit…?

Children W sit for a number of reasons.

When a child W sits they create a large base of support and a lower centre of gravity. In this...

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