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Our paediatric physiotherapists in Hoppers Crossing see many children with sporting injuries for a variety of reasons.   Those younger than 8 years old, maybe less coordinated and have slower reaction times than adults because they are still growing and developing. When children of varying sizes play...

Physiotherapy helps with the development, rehabilitation, and improvement of movement skills and performance.  At Western Paediatric Physiotherapy, work with children in helping with a range of concerns including gross motor skills such as crawling, standing, and walking, as well as improvement in flexibility, strength and endurance,...

Fun things to do as the weather warms up Hands up if getting outdoors with your kids is easier for you when you don't need your jacket and beanie...

Trampolines are amazingly fun but how safe are they? Are there any benefits to children using trampolines? What sort of safety features should you look for if you are going to invest in one? Jumping is fantastic for children. It builds bone density, strengthens muscles, improves balance...

There's a big, wide world full of wonder and space to move that starts just outside your door! Being outside is fun for children, but it is also actually incredibly important for their health and physical development. Let's take a look at why...

Motor planning is a skill that helps us learn and remember how to move. It begins in the early years as babies and young children begin to move on from their primitive reflexes, and start to make decisions about how they move. Actions are attempted...

Screens are everywhere these days, and as a result, managing a child’s screen time has become even harder for parents. Screen time could be any time spent watching TV, DVDs, using computers, playing video or hand-held computer games or using tablets or smartphones.   What are the...

At Western Paediatric Physiotherapy in Hoppers Crossing, we know with so much energy it’s no surprise children can be so active during play and their love for activities that get them up and going.
Preparing a nutritious, healthy and yummy lunch box for any child can be difficult and that’s why the team at Western Paediatric Physiotherapy in Hoppers Crossing have found a recipe that’s easy to make and brings a pinch of variety into your child’s lunchbox!