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June 19, 2019

What is Scoliosis? 

Scoliosis is the abnormal curvature of the spine. People who are diagnosed with scoliosis have a "C" or "S" shaped spine. 

Causes?

Doctors are not aware of what could cause scoliosis, but more research is being conducted. Adults can develop scoliosis,...

Obstacle courses are great because they can be made anywhere, and with whatever you already have. At Circle Creek Therapy, we use obstacle courses as a tool during Speech, Occupational, & Physical Therapy.

Since obstacle course are only limited by your imagination, the...

"Massage bugs are something that every family should own," says our occupational therapist, Cindy Bonilla.

 

We use them in speech, occupational, and physical therapy here at Circle Creek! One way that we use these little bugs is to help with muscles aches because it a...

Dear Mother,

I don’t just see your child at speech therapy. I see you.

I see you. I see you smile wearily as you bring your child to yet another appointment. I see the love sparkle in your eye when you look at them; eyes full of concern, pride, and endless support. I see...

Shelley Lemieux goes to Circle Creek Therapy for speech, occupational, and physical therapy because she has MS. MS stands for "multiple sclerosis", & it is a chronic disease that attacks your central nervous system. Individuals with MS will experience symptoms such as...

April 11, 2019

What is Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?


It's a developmental disability that affects the typical development of communication, behavioral and social skills. Some children develop in some of these areas and may have difficulties in others. One thing for sure...

March 19, 2019

We all know that it's important to drink water, but we do we actually do it? Not necessarily.

Our physical therapists here at Circle Creek Therapy suggest that you should drink about 32 oz of water each day because some of your daily value also comes from the food that...

August 7, 2018

What skills develop during your baby’s third month?

These are general abilities you should expect to see, the list is not comprehensive

  • You little one should hold their head up when sitting (less bobbing forward)

  • During tummy time, he/she can raise head between...

August 2, 2018

What skills develop during your baby’s second month?

Again, these are general abilities you should expect to see, the list is not comprehensive

  • Lifts head almost 45 degrees while laying on stomach

  • Head bobs forward when held in a sitting position

  • Grasp refl...

July 27, 2018

Looking for a great summer activity for the kids to encourage physical development and social skills? Check out the following Splash Pads around the area!

  • Les Grove Park, Auburn

  • Angle Lake Park,  Sea Tac

  • Town Square Park, Federal Way & Kent

  • Norpoint P...

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