Demonstrating Brain Potential

In children with cerebral palsy, their early movement patterns are learned with a damaged, immature brain. It becomes their “normal” way of moving. When challenged to move differently, surprising things […]

Squeaky Shoes Change Habits

Novelty stimulates neuroplasticity. This delightful story was sent in by a terrific mother willing to challenge her son to overcome his tiptoe walking habit. see Luke’s action video below… Her Story: […]

FAQ – How Do You Change Habits?

Brains and bodies learn experientially – that means that if we do a movement with bad form, bad form is what we learn. Athletes know that it is all too […]

FAQ – How Are Habits Made?

Brains are not judgmental. The child’s brain is not able to distinguish between a normal movement and an abnormal movement. This means that if a child always moves in a […]

Body Growth Increases Spasticity

Spasticity in cerebral palsy becomes worse with body growth, BUT if you are prepared, the damage can be lessened. Birth to 4 years – The First Critical Period Between 2 […]

Real Hope after Baby Brain Damage

  In a study published in the Journal of Pediatrics in 2008, 86% of neonates with a Grade III hemorrhage had a normal outcome at age 2 years corrected age. […]