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The Ins and Outs of Physical Therapy for Torticollis

The Ins and Outs of Physical Therapy for Torticollis

Many of our NAPA friends have torticollis in addition to their primary diagnosis, or they are at increased risk for developing it. We know now that torticollis is not merely an infant diagnosis, as it can affect children throughout their...

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What is Torticollis and How Can it be Treated?

What Is Torticollis? Torticollis, also known as wry neck,  is defined as an abnormal and asymmetrical position of the head or neck. The Latin definition of torticollis is "twisted neck" – “tort” meaning twisted and “coll” meaning neck. Torticollis refers...

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Your Guide to Infant Physical Therapy 

Did you know babies can start physical therapy as young as one day old? Babies do not need to be a certain age to be able to participate in physical therapy. It is important to know when you should start...

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Kati Maselli

Kati received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Originally from Ohio, she is a proud University of Dayton Flyer. Her special interest in childhood development and participation in adaptive physical activity and ski programs led...

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Savanna Newton

Savanna Newton, DPT graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2020. Following graduation, Savanna immediately began working as a PT in early intervention with a wide range of diagnoses including, cerebral palsy, hypotonia/hypertonia, Down syndrome, torticollis, delayed motor...

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How Can I Prevent Container Baby Syndrome?

What is Container Baby Syndrome?   Simply put, container baby syndrome is when a baby spends most of their day within some sort of device, such as a car seat or stroller, that limits their freedom to move and explore their...

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Benefits Of Pediatric Physical Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy at NAPA Center NAPA Center is a world-renowned pediatric physical therapy clinic, offering intensive and weekly therapy at our clinics located throughout the US, Australia, and UK. This blog discusses the importance of pediatric physical therapy. To...

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TMR Tots

Total Motion Release, TMR Tots Level 1: Focus on the Pediatric Patient October 17-18, 2020  •   Los Angeles, CA  •  Limited Spots Presented by Susan Blum, PT, TMRc 16 CE Hours (Approved by FSBPT-PROCERT, CA PT Boards, Early Intervention,...

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Jennifer Stevens

Jenn is excited to be a part of the NAPA Center Boston team! She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University. While at Northeastern, Jenn swam on the varsity swim and dive team. Her experience with her own injuries...

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Nikki Rice

Nikki graduated from Ithaca College with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. While at Ithaca, she played for the women's varsity soccer team. She has enjoyed both playing and coaching sports since she was a little girl, which eventually helped clinch...

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