After the hard work of delivery of a baby, many mothers have questions about when they should start to exercises, or return to their usual exercise routine. This guide should help with some of those questions.
Throughout your pregnancy your body's posture can change dramatically as your baby grows and this can result in back/joint aches and pains. Good posture and proper positioning with exercises to strengthen and stretch your muscles may help ease any discomforts.
In French. Occupational therapists and physiotherapists help students achieve success in school by ensuring that they have the functional skills necessary to participate in all school activities.
During pregnancy, most women can be as active as they were before they were pregnant. Exercise has been shown to be safe in a normal, healthy pregnancy even if you did not exercise before. Check with your doctor, midwife or physiotherapist before starting a new physical activity or exercise program.
Information about positional plagiocephaly and your baby's head shape. Babies are born with soft heads that are easily molded by staying in one position for too long. If a baby has a preference to look or to lie on one side, a flat spot can occur. Plagiocephaly is when a baby’s head becomes flat or misshapen on one side.