Category: Ergonomics

Resources for Babywearing

As a trained babywearing educator, I have tried to help new families successfully use carriers, from structured carriers to long woven wraps. I believe that the effective use of carriers allows parents the ability to be hands-free while also providing closeness while their child.

Who do you know who would like more ENERGY at the end of the day?

Who do you know who would like more ENERGY at the end of the day?
Probably EVERYONE!

Preventing Backpacks from Becoming a “Pain in the Back”

Back to School Season… Here are some helpful tips about what to look for in a backpack for the new school season, and how to pack and wear it to prevent neck and back strain.

July Babywearing

An event for anyone who would like fit checks, help with basic carries, or information about carriers.

May Babywearing Meetup

Dr. Anne Stacey will be hosting the monthly Baby Wearing Meet-Up at the clinic on May 29th, 2019 from 9-11am.  This event is open to anyone who would like fit checks, help with basic carries, or information about carriers. You are not required to be a patient at the clinic to attend, nor do you…
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Pack it Light. Wear it Right.

Back to school. Back to Backpacks! Here’s an article from the British Columbia Chiropractic Association for tips on how to best pack your backpacks!  Is Your Child’s Backpack Making the Grade? 2017-08-29/in Press Releases / Pack it Light. Wear it Right. VANCOUVER, Aug. 29, 2017 /CNW/ – With back-to-school right around the corner, the British Columbia Chiropractic Association (BCCA) and…
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Massage Improves Muscle Tone

In Massage Therapy Canada, they write that researchers are exploring massage as a method of building muscle. This may sound unusual for those who receive massage when they are in good health, but it is becoming more clear that massage can be especially helpful for anyone who is recovering, or is experiencing muscle loss and atrophy due to injury, age, or illness.

Winter Baby Wearing

Some ideas for babywearing during the colder weather, by Dr. Anne Stacey

Examining the Foot: Hallux Valgus

Hallux valgus, or a bunion, is a bump one gets on the side of the base of the big toe when the big toe deviates inward. Yes, that is the classic explanation but what is really happening to the big toe? Dr. Marina Liarsky explains more about this physiological phenomenon.

Dr. Anne Stacey offers Babywearing Workshops at Circus Play Cafe

Dr. Anne Stacey is partnering with Circus Play Cafe to offer a series of babywearing classes starting from September 11 – October 2,2017.

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