Great importance in the development of pain and other ailments, as well as the distortion of the body in adults should be attributed to the so-called hidden motor dysfunctions in childhood.
Observation of the development of these disorders leads inevitably to the conclusion that most of them begins in early childhood. Thanks to the compensation and adaptation possibilities of the young organism, they may initially be asymptomatic. However, they always provoke static and dynamic dysfunction in the pelvis and the spine.
- assymetric position of the pelvis (twisting, skewness)
- buckling hip,
- curvature of the spine (functional and idiopathic scoliosis )
- apparent assymetry of lower extremities
- disorders within the feet (such as flat and flat-valgus feet)
- disorders in the lower extremities (such as valgus and varus knees)
- uneven shoulder height, protruding shoulder blades and many others.
One of the ways of the first negative stimulation is the time when a child learns to walk, especially when in the development a period of crawling on four is omitted or it is too short (among other things by walkers, holding hands, for early potty-training).
It is then when static balance disorders commence (incorrect posture) and dynamic balance disorder (muscular imbalance, improper movement stereotypes).
Therefore, in the treatment of posture and scoliosis we offer individually matched therapy, taking into account the child's development from the earliest period of life with the development program, homework and instruction.