The walking stage is a huge milestone for every child. It’s an exciting new time when your baby officially becomes a toddler. Most babies learn to walk between 12 and 15 months. A baby is considered delayed in walking once they turn 18 months old. When a child is delayed in a certain gross motor […]
About Leida Lewis
Leida is a physical therapist who earned her doctorate degree from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science in 2011. She also has a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration & Management. Leida completed her clinical work in the school setting as well as at Lurie’s Children’s Hospital. She has a passion for pediatrics, especially infants and toddlers, and considers torticollis and hypotonia her areas of specialty. Leida has volunteered with children on the Autism Spectrum, at Special Olympic events, and at aquatic therapy group exercise classes. Leida is a huge college football and basketball fan – but only roots for the green and white Michigan State Spartans! In her free time, she enjoys running, competing in triathlons, and camping with her family.