We are focus on the examination and possible therapy of babies from 4.- 6. weeks of life.
It is appropriate to check developmental milestones, such as the ability of the child to be stable in space and be able to rests on the forearm in a position on their belly at age of 3 months. During the 6th month, the baby should be able to turn from the back to the belly and lift their self on the outstretched arms. Around the 8th month, the baby should be able to gradually reach the position on all fours. It is very important for the child to be able to climb on all fours. After the 10th month, the baby should be able to hold up to the vertical position, first walk around furniture and then begin to walk independently. Umbilical hernia also is a quite common problem in children. The best treatment for this is targeted exercise at the earliest age, ideally from 4-6. weeks of the baby’s life.
Targeted physiotherapy and the right approach for children also very effectively removes various impairments in their development (non-ideal development in infancy, lack of exercise, excessive exertion, injuries, etc.). Equally important it is for sporting children to do compensatory exercises, which prevent overloading the young body (injuries, etc.). Suitable muscle function has a positive effect on the shape and the posture of the spine and also on the whole body. An appropriate active approach, based on individually assembled exercises, will help to better involve the muscles, joints and spine in order to minimize pain and possible injury in the future. Equally important in sporting children are compensatory exercises, which prevent overexertion the young body.
Targeted examination and subsequent therapy release contractions and blockages and also quickly help relieve pain by using special physiotherapeutic techniques. We work with clients to be able to return to normal life after having injuries or surgeries.
The human body has an incredible ability of compensation and it is able to overcome high workloads for a long time. This also applies to the locomotor system. If you do not pay attention to the pressure for the body the issues can build up and it can have impact on the healing period. Based on our experiences, we always look for a long-term solution in therapy.
Active people and athletes
Exercise and sport sometimes have their pitfalls. Especially if they are performed earnestly or even professionally. It is relatively easy to overload a human body, which can lead to pain in the most stressed parts of the body. We also have experience with top athletes, which help us with effective and successful individual treatment for everyone who uses the body more often.