Physiological development of babies – First Year
Physiological development of babies – First Year

Physiological development of babies – First Year The first months of life are key, from the aspect of motor development. It may seem very early, but knowing the typical motor milestones and when approximately they should occur is extremely important in the diagnosis and treatment of developmental disturbances. Ideally, it’s best to capture a delay in

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Work-associated health issues – advice to take home
Work-associated health issues – advice to take home

Work-associated health issues – advice to take home Take frequent standing/walking breaks or change your position. It’s recommended to stretch out and take a short walk around the office or outside when possible. This promotes blood circulation and overall decreases muscle tension from building up. If work tends to take too much of your time,

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Work-associated health issues
Work-associated health issues

Work-associated health issues We have all experienced it; a growing back pain, tingling in the arms, higher tensions in the neck that occurs at the time of work or worsens from specific positions demanded by our work environment. Consult your problems with us in time and prevent them from developing further! Whether you work at

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‘Visceral Therapy’ – the organ therapy
‘Visceral Therapy’ – the organ therapy

‘Visceral Therapy’ – the organ therapy If you suffer from chronic back pain, you’re unable to get pregnant or have had a stomach operation then visceral therapy might interest you. Visceral therapy (aka visceral manipulation) often helps where other methods fail and is frequently the missing link to treatment of some dysfunctions. The author of

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What preventive measures are required to follow and why
What preventive measures are required to follow and why

What preventive measures are required to follow and why Whether you underwent conservative treatment or you’re already after surgery, without complying with some preventive measures that come out of what’s known as ‘Back School’, the whole effort to improve your condition permanently could go wrong. Let’s try to illustrate it on the example of a

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What is Vojta therapy and why we use it
What is Vojta therapy and why we use it

What is Vojta therapy and why we use it Vojta therapy was developed by a Czech neurologist, Prof. Vaclav Vojta, between 1950 and 1970’s. What started out as a principle, in the Czech Republic and Germany (where Prof. Vojta immigrated), is now known and used all over the world today as reflex locomotion. From years

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Scar tissue restrictions, the hidden dysfunction
Scar tissue restrictions, the hidden dysfunction

Scar tissue restrictions, the hidden dysfunction It may be difficult to believe that a scar from a childhood accident, a surgery done in the past, or from a major injury can have long-term effects on your physical (and mental) well-being. Truthfully, the importance of scar tissue and its relation to pain, particularly chronic, and movement

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