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at what month does not sitting independantly become a red flag?
what's sitting like at 8 months?
may use positional stability
beginning to use a variety of sitting pos.
not sitting indep is a red flag
when does pull-to-stand happen?
could be as early as 7
8 months, regarding pull to stand (could be at 7)
it's just early attempts (success comes around 10-12 months)
pulling up using UEs, then forward WS, then fall down to sit
crawling happens when?
bear walking happens when?
pull to stand, and lower self, happens when?
cruising sideways happens when?
side sit happens when?
side sit is a compbo of what two kinds of sitting?
ring and "W"
elongation and wt bearing...?
when you wt bear you should elongate that side
her view on W sitting - when is it ok?
if it's part of a variety of sitting positions
negatives of W sitting
associated with low tone
reinforeces femoral anteversion
if kid has hip dysplasia can --> dislocation
trunk muscles not challencged
there's no plevic roation or lat wt shifting
stretches MCLs of knee
can contribute to genu valgum
if used exclusively --> decreased control of trunk & hip
hip pos in tall kneeling
flexion, ABD, ER
in tall kneel why is it dificult for a baby to extend hips?
rectus fem is tight
glu max is week
so kid'll do tall kneel with slight flex in hips
tall kneeling happens when?
pull to stand via 1/2 kneel happens when?
stands alone happens when?
walks with both hands held happens when?
walks indep happens when?
(didn't she say 12-14 elsewhere?)
when does pronation in gait disappear and longitudinal arch become visible
study found that 100 4 month old infants spending 81 min pron per day had greater success in...
acquiring prone, supine, and sitting milestones than infants who spent less time in prone
at what age can you put a kid in an exersaucer? what must the kid be able to do?
have good head & trunk control
what is "fixing?"
using some motion to decrease the degrees of freedom at a joint
can be used for stability and to control movement
used when a kid is learning a new skill or compensating for a deficie