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Walking on the toes is common in children who are learning to walk. Most children will grow out of it and so there is no need to worry. However, if your child is still predominantly walking on their toes after the age of 2 it...

Sever’s disease is a condition that causes heel pain in young adolescents (approximately 9-15 years olds). Its onset is usually during or shortly after a growth spurt. Sever’s disease often occurs in active teenagers, particularly those who participate in a sport that it is a high impact...

The importance of playgrounds is often underappreciated for children's development, both in terms of motor skills and social skills. Playgrounds assist with sequence of movement planning, for example going down the slide requires the child to plan the best route up to the top of the...