Milestones For Babies: The Red Flags Each Parent Should Know By 6 Months

Milestones For Babies: The Red Flags Each Parent Should Know By 6 Months

By Dr. Tamra Rutfield, Pediatric Physical Therapist At six months old, there are a series of developmental indicators that may indicate that your baby may need a little bit of help. As health professionals, we are able to identify any red flags during our initial assessment.  Certain milestones, or developmental benchmarks, help us identify and…

The 6 Simple Changes To Improve Your Baby’s Sleep… Instantly!

The 6 Simple Changes To Improve Your Baby’s Sleep… Instantly!

By Joe Kiefer, Pediatric Physical Therapist, Co-Owner Developmental Steps New parents make a few mistakes (Don’t worry I was one of them)  that can make it difficult for a newborn to fall asleep or stay asleep. Many parents don’t realize they are making a mistake. They’re following advice from their friends or parents, which is…

Tummy Time for Newborns and Babies: The Do’s and Don’ts

Tummy Time for Newborns and Babies: The Do’s and Don’ts

By Dr. Hayley Apiscopa, Pediatric Physical Therapist, Co-Owner Developmental Steps Are you unsure how to tummy-time your newborn baby? Or how often should it be done? Do you have a baby that hates tummy-time? This article is for you. Today, I will share my tips about tummy-time, including the rules and regulations, so that your…

The One Simple Change: To Extending Your Babies Naps 

The One Simple Change: To Extending Your Babies Naps 

By Dr. Hayley Apiscopa, Pediatric Physical Therapist, Co-Owner Developmental Steps There is a common mistake that parents make that results in their baby not getting the rest they need. I’m going to explain what that mistake is and what you should do instead. Hi, my name is Dr. Hayley Apiscopa, and I am a Pediatric…