Low muscle tone
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20 of the Best Toys For Kids with Low Muscle Tone (hypotonia) via muddybootsanddiamonds.com
The Inspired Treehouse - Learn more about low muscle tone (or hypotonia) and how you can support kids who have LMT.
Cristina-Georgiana Costea saved to disgrafie
The benefits of gymnastics for toddlers is huge. Find out what skills gymnastics for toddlers and babies offers and how early you can get started.
Metro Parent magazine saved to Parenting
An infant or child will get a diagnosis of low muscle tone when their muscles appear to be less firm than usual, appear to be floppy and to have loose joints and when the child appears to be less alert and have poor posture and attention.
Zsanett Móré saved to Baba
A simplified overview of normal, high and low muscle tone to help parents understand what it is all about.
Carla van Zyl saved to Quick Saves
For all the parents who are scouring the internet wondering what Hypotonia is, I wrote this post to answer some of the most commonly asked questions and to share our experience with Hypotonia.
LOW MUSCLE TONE: Is Low Muscle Tone Interfering With Your Child's Learning? - Integrated Learning Strategies
Could your child be struggling in school because of low muscle tone? Why clumsiness, poor coordination and low muscle tone hurts connections in the brain.
Marie Nordgren saved to Movement - Therapeutic
Hyptonia: Exercises to help babies with low muscle tone. How to improve tummy time and strengthen development for learning.
Rachal Sprabary saved to bryson low tone
Not sure if your child has low muscle tone, also called hypotonia; check out this post: The Hypotonic Child I always consider getting the biggest bang for my buck. When children come to see me th…
Carmen Neuschotz saved to Low tone
Joint hypermobility in children: what is it and how does it affect posture, coordination and fitness?
The term generalized joint hypermobility (GJH) is used when a person has several joints that are more flexible than usual. This happens when the connective tissue which makes up the joint structures (capsule and ligaments) is more compliant (more easily stretched) than usual. Many children with hypermobile joints have movement difficulties. Why is this and what can be done to overcome these difficulties?
Victoria Koslowski saved to Hyper mobile joints