How to stimulate balance exercises for my child at home
When a child has a motor delay, there is often a decrease in balance¹. Some children need to improve their balance reactions while sitting, others to crawl or to walk and cross some obstacles. Some children already manage to perform all these movements, but jumping is still a challenging activity.Read more
How to improve the core muscles of a child: 3 levels of exercises to do at home.
Core Stability Training (CST) is a strength training initially in sports and then gradually applied to rehabilitation medicine. It refers to the ability to control the muscle tissue around the lumbar pelvic cavity in order to stabilize the spine and transfer power from the trunk to the limbs. It has been confirmed that CST has a positive influence on dynamic sitting and standing balance, trunk control, and gait.Read more
How Cuevas Medek Exercises (CME) Helps in Pediatric Rehabilitation?
Is your child facing any form of gross motor delay? Is he/she acting in a non-coordinated manner? Does your child bump into things continuously, fall frequently and hard, etc.? If yes, then your child can get a considerable amount of benefit when undergoing CME therapy. The Cuevas Medek Exercises will not only benefit you physically but mentally as well.Read more