From the Editor: Bridging the Gap

By Jordana Bieze Foster, Editor For a parent, the only thing more frustrating than knowing something isn’t quite right with your young child is hearing that nothing can be done until the underlying cause of the symptoms is identified. Luckily, parents of children with hypotonia can be spared the latter frustration. As we detail in this special publication, early intervention in children with hypotonia—sometimes as early as in the neonatal intensive care unit—is not only possible but strongly recommended by experts, even in the absence of an underlying diagnosis.

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From the Editor: Bridging the Gap

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