An Update On Noah’s Treadmill Therapy Progress

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Noah physical therapist has been using treadmill training to help him learn to walk for 3 and a half months now. As you can see in today’s video he’s come a long way since he took his first “steps” on the treadmill in a few months ago. However, he still has a lot of work to do before he’ll [Read More…]…

Noah Goes For A Walk On The Porsche Of Walkers: The Gait Trainer

We have been practicing Noah’s walking for awhile now despite him not even being 1 year old yet. We are far from him being able to walk on his own (although he’s inch-worming quite nicely!), however he’s figuring out the concept quite well. We started on the treadmill back in August, and we do it twice a week [Read More…]…

How A Slide Helps Our 10 Month Old Develop Abs Of Steel

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When you start to think about the muscles it takes to do everyday tasks it will start to blow your mind. When you have a child with hypotonia, you realize this every day. Simple things we do every day, like sitting, requires core and back strength, along with balance and coordination of muscles. It’s hard work! [Read More…]…

An Update On Our Child’s Occupational And Physical Therapy Progress!

I’m embarrassed to admit that our ten month old son spends way more time at the gym than I do. He works out with his physical therapist twice a week, and his occupational therapist twice a week as well. This little boy works hard! Like, super-crazy-awesome hard. I’m so proud of this little boy. Occupational And Physical Therapists Who Are It For More Than Just [Read More…]…