Baby & Child motor development: from 15 months old to 4 years! Last two weeks, we viewed what kind of motor activity and movement you could expect your baby has at birth and up to one year old. Today, let’s see child development from 15 months to 4 years old with a summary table! …read more..
Baby & Child motor development: from 2 month old to 1 year! After last week blog post about primitive reflexes in new-born, we now present “normal” motor evolution during the first year of your baby. When your baby reaches 2 months: Primitive reflexes present at birth start to slowly fade out Sitting: your…read more..
Baby & Child motor development Primitive Reflexes From birth, your baby already has a set of “primitive reflexes”. It means they perform movement automatically without thinking about it (an example for adults: we remove automatically our hand when we burn ourselves). These reflexes can be triggered by different stimuli: Grasping reflex: as…read more..
Bronchiolitis and Chest Physiotherapy What cause Bronchiolitis? Its main cause is the RSV (respiratory syncytial virus). 90% of the babies under 2 years old are colonized by this virus and 40% of them develop the disease, which make this affection the most common one at this age. However, bronchiolitis can have other causes like allergic…read more..