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Common Conditions

Orthopaedic / Musculoskeletal

  • Babies who tilt or rotate their head to one side (torticollis) which can lead to positional plagiocephaly (flattened area on the back of the skull)
  • Babies born with postural foot problems such as feet that are turned in or out or structural problems such as Club Feet
  • Older children who walk on their toes or with legs internally or externally rotated
  • Children with hypermobility (excessive joint movement) who have pain or difficulty with control of their joints
  • Spinal pain or conditions such as scoliosis
  • Rehabilitation following injuries, surgery or fracture
  • Growth related issues such as tight muscles and joints or pain seen in conditions such as Severs and Osgood Schlatters which are related to rapid growth spurts in pre- teens and teenagers
  • Sporting injuries, sports preparation and physical fitness
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Developmental / Neurological

  • Delayed gross and fine motor development or developmental checks for premature babies who are at risk of having developmental issues
  • DCD (Developmental Co-ordination Deficit) where children have achieved most age-appropriate skills but have poor balance and co-ordination
  • Muscle tone that is increased or decreased causing stiffness or floppiness that affects movement
  • Poor posture, core stability or balance
  • Chronic paediatric conditions including Cerebral Palsy, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Spina Bifida, Down Syndrome etc

Bladder / Bowel Dysfunction

  • Functional incontinence issues including dysfunctional voiding, daytime wetting, nocturnal enuresis (bed wetting), faecal soiling and constipation
  • Electrical stimulation therapies for diagnosed gut motility disorders e.g. slow transit constipation
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Respiratory

  • Chronic respiratory conditions including chronic cough, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, bronchiectasis, tracheobronchomalacia or cystic fibrosis