The City of Milwaukee Health Department strongly advises parents NOT to share a bed with their infant. This is based on an American Academy of Pediatrics 2005 Policy Statement that states that the “risk of SIDS has been shown to be reduced when the infant sleeps in the same room as the mother,” but the AAP recommends that infants not share a bed with parents or anyone else, due to proven hazards. Click here to view a video that offers some advice on how to avoid the problems associated with “co-sleeping” with infants.
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Graham, just a thought that might help you. I have had patellar tendonitis in the past 9 months and i started physical therapy on december 27 up until now.. That’s about 18 days in and i’m already feeling better. I asked my physical therapist about the slant board eccentric and he too said that he think it would be a great addition to my physical therapy exercises and that i should try it. But he also said that the slant board might work and also might not work because it depends on the person because everyone’s body is different and it can be different things triggering the tendonitis for different people. My point to you is that you should definately consider physical therapy because it can do wonders for you along with this eccentric slant board exercise.