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Activity Guidelines after a Non-surgical Spinal Fracture

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3380
Catalogue Number
FB.727.A48
Current Revision Date
May-04-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Patient information on the activities, precautions, and exercises that are appropriate after going through a non-surgical spinal fracture.

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Catalogue Number
FB.727.A48
Current Revision Date
May-04-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Patient information on the activities, precautions, and exercises that are appropriate after going through a non-surgical spinal fracture.
Format
Booklet
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Subject
Back Injuries
Spinal Cord Injuries
Spine Injuries & Disorders
Keywords
posture
Broken bone
Broken back
aftercare
rest
precautions
range of motion
movement
positional plagiocephaly
Getting out of bed
Getting into bed
walking
muscle strengthening
Deep neck muscles
deep core muscles
breathing
diaphragmatic breathing
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
February-26-2016
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Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86
Current Revision Date
August-24-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl.

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Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86
Current Revision Date
August-24-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
People & Populations
Newborn
Infants
Subject
Healthy Living
Infant & Newborn Care
Keywords
baby
growth
arms
neck
roll
crawl
Parenting
head shape
Muscles
positional plagiocephaly
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
August-01-2003
Legacy Numbers
HED.419
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Tummy Time (Chinese)

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem760
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.CN
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Chinese.
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.CN
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Chinese.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Newborn
Infants
Subject
Healthy Living
Infant & Newborn Care
Keywords
baby
growth
arms
neck
roll
crawl
Parenting
head shape
Muscles
positional plagiocephaly
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
February-19-2007
Legacy Numbers
HED.419.CN
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Tummy Time (Punjabi)

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem761
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.PU
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Punjabi
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Punjabi.
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.PU
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Punjabi
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Punjabi.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Newborn
Infants
Subject
Healthy Living
Infant & Newborn Care
Keywords
baby
growth
arms
neck
roll
crawl
Parenting
head shape
Muscles
positional plagiocephaly
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
February-19-2007
Legacy Numbers
HED.419.PU
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Tummy Time (Spanish)

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem762
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.SP
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Spanish
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Spanish.
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.SP
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Spanish
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Spanish.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Newborn
Infants
Subject
Healthy Living
Infant & Newborn Care
Keywords
baby
growth
arms
neck
roll
crawl
Parenting
head shape
Muscles
positional plagiocephaly
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
February-19-2007
Legacy Numbers
HED.419.SP
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Tummy Time (Vietnamese)

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem763
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.VI
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Vietnamese
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Vietnamese.
Catalogue Number
GK.550.T86.VI
Current Revision Date
June-15-2010
Language
Vietnamese
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Babies need tummy time to build strong arms and a strong neck. To keep babies head from getting a flat area and to learn to roll and crawl. Information in Vietnamese.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Newborn
Infants
Subject
Healthy Living
Infant & Newborn Care
Keywords
baby
growth
arms
neck
roll
crawl
Parenting
head shape
Muscles
positional plagiocephaly
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
February-19-2007
Legacy Numbers
HED.419.VI
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