Surviving Thanksgiving with a Picky Eater

Idaho Pediatrics

Written by Marla Ambrose | M.S. & CCC-SLP

Thanksgiving might be my favorite holiday or at least one of my favorite holidays! Getting together with the people you love most and eating delicious food is a wonderful thing! However, for some families with picky eaters or problem feeders, Thanksgiving can be a dreaded day. In hopes of making your Thanksgiving a pleasant one, I have compiled a few of my go-to tips and tricks for making the holidays a little easier for you and your picky eater at mealtime:

Minimize changes in your child’s eating schedule
During holiday breaks, it is easy to let our routines shift. Continue reading “Surviving Thanksgiving with a Picky Eater”

National Physical Therapy Month

Idaho Pediatrics

Happy National Physical Therapy Month! -Brianna Albrecht, DPT

Hello IPTC Families! Hope this finds you settling into your school routines and enjoying the fall season. October is always one of my favorite months because it means changing leaves, cooler weather, and National Physical Therapy Month. Throughout the month, physical therapists have the opportunity to educate the community about the benefits of physical therapy. For the first monthly blog on our NEW website, I thought it would be fitting to talk about the many benefits of physical therapy. Continue reading “National Physical Therapy Month”

PLAY!

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Ten years ago, this month, Idaho Pediatric Therapy Clinic (IPTC) began with one provider, in one room, housed inside Idaho Spine and Sports Physical Therapy. In the last decade, IPTC has grown in both space and staff, but our core motto has always remained the same:  A Child’s Job Is To Play! Play is a basic form of learning for all children, regardless of their varied abilities.

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