Infant Postural Conditions
Some infants may be born with or develop slight postural anomalies. These may include a flattened head (plagiocephaly), an elongated head (brachicephaly), a turned head (torticollis) or turned feet (talipes equinovarus). Often there are some very simple strategies that can be used to assist normalise these postural conditions. Our physiotherapists will aim to teach you these strategies to use at
Infant motor development
We are highly skilled in regards to motor development and are able to assess the developmental progress of a child and identify if a child either has a delay or is at risk of a developmental delay. Early intervention for motor development is critical to optimise development and functioning of infants and young children.