Treatment By Symptom

Below is a list of symptoms that we treat at Movement Solutions:

(Click on symptom to learn more)

Help By Physical Symptoms
Back Pain
Neck Pain
Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist/Hand Problems
Hip, Knee and Foot/Ankle Problems
Sports Injuries
Balance Related Issues
Joint Pain
Joint Hypermobility
Chronic Pain
Pelvic Pain & Pelvic Floor Weakness Associated with Urinary/Bowel Incontinence, Constipation, Urinary Retention and Painful Periods
Help by Symptoms for Neuromotor Immaturity(NMI) or Neuro-Developmental Delay(NDD) Include:
Difficulties with concentration, focus and memory
Poor Sitting Posture
Motion and Travel Sickness
Poor Performance in Gym Class and Physical Education
Needs to be “on the move” alot of the time
Poor Sitting Posture – At the meal take or when working at a desk
Coordination Problems
Poor Hand-Eye Coordination
Poor Impulse Control
Avoids Sports
Unable to Stay on Task
Organization Problems
Difficulty Sitting Still
Difficulties with Math
Mixed Laterality
Difficulties with Writing
Difficulty Learning to Swim
Difficulty Riding a Bicycle
Difficulty with Telling Time
Difficulty Catching a Ball
Difficulty Using a Knife or Fork
Problem with Pencil Grip
Reading and Writing Problems
Vision Challenges
Excessive Eye Fatigue While Reading
Avoidance of Reading
Spelling Problems
History of Being Late at Learning to Talk
History of Being Early (10 months) or Late (16 months) at Learning to Walk
Problems with Speech and Articulation
Problems with concentration and organization
Difficulty Learning to Dress – tie shoelaces, button shirts or pants, put clothes on the right way around

Often, we see overlap in some signs and symptoms of dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit disorder. Kids with dyslexia for example, share symptoms such as problems with balance, spatial skills, bilateral integration and sequencing, in common with children with dyspraxia.

Kids with dyspraxia show a number of features of dyslexic-type learning difficulties but they are not specific enough to be labeled as dyslexic. Both dyspraxia and dyslexia can share problems with attention and concentration, short term memory and organization.

Where features of all three signs and symptoms coexist (co-morbidity), Neuro-Developmental Delay (NDD), also know as Neuro-Motor Immaturity is often an underlying common factor.

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