MusculoSkeletal

Summary

There are numerous skeletal anomalies found in children with Kabuki Syndrome, ranging from rib anomalies to more significant issues such as scoliosisi. Hypotonia and lax ligaments can contribute to dislocations of the hip in early childhood and patellar dislocations during puberty years.

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MusculoSkeletal Articles

SOS - Signals Help for Sensory Oral Feeding and Swallowing Problems!!

Why is my child vomiting after each meal? Why is my child able to start to eat fine and then after a few minutes into mealtime he/she stops eating and starts crying? Find out the answers!

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 - 18:22

Some Physical Therapy Perspectives on ‘Low Tone’and Kabuki Syndrome

Low tone, lax ligaments, sensory defensiveness....how do they affect the gross motor development of the child with Kabuki Syndrome?

Last Updated: Friday, September 5, 2014 - 18:11