One of our goals for 2015, will be to expand the group classes and programs offered at our center. We look forward to sharing these new opportunities with you soon!
Best wishes for a happy, healthy, and peaceful 2015 to you all!]]>
Place your baby on their belly, on a soft comfortable mat or blanket. Make sure their neck is strong enough so they can turn to either side or lift their head up to breath. You can place toys in front of them on the floor to play with, dangle toys a few inches off the floor for baby to look up at or even get down on the floor in front of them and encourage baby to look at you. Babies love to look at faces. Make it fun! If you find your baby has a hard time tolerating tummy time, try small increments (1-2 minutes if necessary) and build from there. Remember parents, never leave your babies unattended and enjoy every moment!]]>
Dr. Sarabok gave us plenty of carryover activities that helped our daughter progress steadily. Dr. Sarabok changed Annalise’s life! We will be forever grateful!””]]>
“ I am so thankful for the quality care and personal investment Maria has made to enable my daughter’s progress as well as her commitment to this ground technique (Cuevas Medek Exercises).” 11/3/11]]>
Over the 2 1/2 years that my daughter has been Maria’s client I have always found her to be a kind, enthusiastic, and creative physical therapist. Most of all I think Maria is extremely knowledgeable in dealing with the pediatric population and extremely thorough with the approach she takes with my daughter’s care. She has time and again gone the extra mile to make sure my daughter is being properly supported beyond the office setting, helping to get equipment in-home and never hesitating to liaison with my daughter’s pre-school as necessary.
My daughter has made huge strides in her development due in large part to the great care Maria has taken with her. We love Maria!”]]>