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Hip Dysplasia in a Baby

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Hip Dysplasia in a Baby


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Hip dysplasia in a baby
Posted in 2015

During the first year of life, a condition called developmental hip dysplasia may appear. This condition causes a baby's hips to develop in the wrong location because of overly relaxed ligaments and joints. Hip dysplasia can lead to delayed walking or other walking problems. That's because a dislocated hip can cause pain that's made worse during weight-bearing. Developmental hip dysplasia is a general term for any number of problems with a baby's hips. This can be found in about five of every thousand newborns. Only about one in 1,000, though, actually has a hip dislocation. At birth the hips and ligaments may be initially unstable on examination but most quickly resolve in the first weeks.

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Flat Feet Delay Walking

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Flat Feet Delay Walking



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My memories Flat Feet Delay Walking Posted in 2015

Just about every baby has flat feet at birth. It takes time for the foot's natural arch to develop. Flat feet rarely cause any problem with walking and often disappear by ages 2 or 3. Extremely flat feet can make your baby's anklesappear to bend inward as he or she walks. This happens if the arches don't fully develop to realign the foot and ankle. Treatment is rarely needed except in the most severe cases, and is not generally considered until a child grows past the early infant years. A tendency to flat feet can run in families.

My advise 1...  It can be rectified after birth.. Massage with Gingerly oil regularly to normalize.  2...  You need not to worry about it.
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When baby walks on Tip toes

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When baby walks on Tip toes





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When baby walks on Tip toes
Posted in 2015



Toe walking is common for most babies as they take their first steps. Walking on tiptoes should disappear by the time a child is between ages 2 and 3. Many babies practice walking on tiptoe as they are first learning to walk. Only later, after 6 to 12 months or so of practice, will they learn to walk with a mature heel-to-toe gait. Usually walking on tiptoes is not a problem. But if toe walking persists beyond the age of 2 or is done constantly, see your child's doctor for advice. Persistent toe walking, or toe walking on only one foot, can be a sign of a central nervous system problem and should be evaluated. My advise 1...  I am telling you that you can prevent birth defects with your Healthy food.
2...  When the mother before and after pregnancy doesn't take Sufficient  proteins than the child may suffer with this problem. So…

Pigeon toes a problem for Baby

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Pigeon toes a problem for Baby



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Pigeon toes a problem for Baby
Posted in 2015

Many babies have a slight intoeing, also called pigeon toes, when they're born. This usually disappears during the toddler years. Pigeon toes may be caused by problems with any of three areas in the leg and foot. There may be deviation of the foot called metatarsus adductus. There may be problems at the head of the thigh bone at the hip. Finally, this could be due to problems in the tibia or lower leg bone -- internal tibial torsion. Metatarsus adductus seen in infants tends to go away by the time a child begins walking. This is a curve in the foot itself, usually created by the baby's position in the womb before birth, although there are other possible factors. You can see metatarsus adductus when you look at the soles of your baby's feet. They'll curve towards each other like two half-moons. Doctors disagree ab…

Baby's Bowed Legs

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Baby's Bowed Legs

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Baby's Bowed Legs
Posted in 2015

Bowed legs are a common concern of new parents who may not realize that nearly every baby has bowed legs at birth. This outward curve of the leg bones usually resolves itself by age 2.  Toddlers usually sway from side to side rather than move forward, at first, making their bowed legs look even more exaggerated. Bowed legs don't cause delayed walking or affect your baby's ability to learn to walk. In a few rare cases, when bowed legs don't resolve naturally by age 2, your baby's knees can be turned outward by the curve of the leg bones. This can cause knee problems. If bowed legs appear suddenly or persist beyond the age of 2, see your baby's doctor. Rarely, bowlegs are a sign of rickets. That's a condition caused by, among other things, a lack of Vitamin D and Calcium in your baby's diet that inhibits bone growth. Bow…

Standing and Walking of your child

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Standing and Walking of your child



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Standing and Walking of your child
Posted in 2015




Most babies can pull themselves up to stand and begin taking their first steps somewhere between the ages of 8 months and 18 months. Soon after their first birthday, they can usually take a few steps alone, but prior to this will have started to 'cruise' -- walking along the edge of a couch or table, using furniture or outstretched hands for support. But what if your baby shows signs of delayed walking? And what if you notice your baby has bowed legs or is walking on tiptoes -- should you worry? There is a wide variation from one baby to the next in learning to walk.  Timing of first steps can also vary between babies of different ethnic backgrounds. One baby may not walk until three or four months after another baby has walked. That doesn't necessarily signal a problem or delayed walking. Both children are l…

Comparison between Yoga and Exercise

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Comparison between Yoga and Exercise

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Comparison between Yoga and Exercise
Posted in 2017

Yoga                                                           .....  Exercise
Parasympathetic nervous system dominates
Subcortical regions of brain dominate
Slow dynamic and static movements
Normalization of muscle tone
Low risk of injuring muscles and ligaments
Low caloric consumption
Effort is minimized, relaxed
Energizing (breathing is natural or controlled)
Balanced activity of opposing muscle groups
Noncompetitive, process-oriented
Awareness is internal
(focus is on breath and the inifinite)
Limitless possibilities for growth in self-awareness Sympathetic nervous system dominates 
Cortical regions of brain dominate 
Rapid forceful movements 
Increased muscle tension 
Higher risk of injury
Moderate to high caloric consumption
Effort is maximized
Fatiguing (breathing is taxed)
Imbalanc…