Alignment Asymmetry - A Parent's Guide
A pill of medical knowledge and experience working with young patients. Become a more informed and calmer parent without leaving home.
My name is Magdalena Adaś.
I am a pediatric physiotherapist and educator.
I graduated from the Medical College of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. I currently work in Cracow and Warsaw. I help in the form of home visits. On a daily basis I deal with the rehabilitation of the youngest patients and support their parents. I share my knowledge and experience on my blog, in the FB group Physiotherapy for children - parents and specialists, and on webinars.
I want every parent to have access to reliable knowledge about asymmetry.
Placement asymmetry is one of the most common conditions in infants.
Parents, however, find it difficult to get verified information on this subject. Sometimes even specialists fail! I am not able to help everyone personally. However, I guarantee that the materials I have prepared are a real pill of knowledge.
How specifically can I help you?
I have prepared a set of materials on asymmetry.
GUIDE (E-BOOK) PDF
- over 90 pages of practical advice
- body symmetry and asymmetry
- specific methods to promote normal child development
FUN EXERCISE VIDEO
- 18-minute webinar recording
- presentation of the exercises described in the e-book
- individual consultation with a physiotherapist
- possibility to consult additional symptoms of the child
- individualized exercise selection
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What do you find in the e-book?
I am providing a table of contents for the e-book. You can check if the topics I cover are relevant to you.
Body symmetry and midlineIn this chapter you will learn:
- what is symmetry and body centerline
- why symmetry is important
- what can worry the parent
- what preventive exercises can be done with the child
Positional asymmetryIn this chapter you will learn:
- what is postural asymmetry
- what causes it
- and what the consequences can be
- how to distinguish asymmetry from child page preferences
How to recognize positional asymmetry in a child?In this chapter you will learn:
- how to recognize asymmetry in your baby month by month,
- how to recognize asymmetry in different body positions,
- what is head-torso asymmetry.
Recommendations for postural asymmetryIn this chapter you will learn:
- how to properly care for a child with asymmetry
- how to engage the less active side
- what is the importance has a cot, mattress and pillow
Asymmetry ExercisesIn this chapter, I'll show you some practical exercises to do with your child at home. In addition, in the Annex to the e-book you will find a sample exercise plan that will help you easily incorporate them into your daily routine.
Untreated asymmetryIn this chapter you will learn what the consequences of untreated asymmetry can be and why it is really worth taking action right away.
What can I guarantee?
Above all, you will become a more informed and calmer parent.
You will get an answer to your concerns about asymmetry
In the materials you will find answers to real questions and concerns of parents. You will learn what to look out for at each stage of your child's development.
You will learn how to easily practice with your child in the form of play
The e-book is a treasure trove of inspiration for safe exercise. You will find suggestions in the form of games, adapted to the age of your toddler. You will especially gain by choosing the package with video.
You will reduce your level of anxiety about your child's proper development.
Reliable knowledge about asymmetry will help you regain peace of mind. I explain everything in a very accessible way. There is no room for scaremongering in my materials. My aim is to support you.
Find answers to parents' most common questions
Does every child with asymmetry need rehabilitation?
Not all asymmetries require rehabilitation in the office, but exercise at home is key. In some cases, proper care of the child is enough. In the e-book you will find hints on what steps are best for your situation.
Is every baby born with asymmetry but later grows out of it?
Unfortunately, this is the most common myth about asymmetry. Asymmetry is a condition that requires proper exercise. From the e-book you will learn about the normal development of your child. You will also find tips on how to nurture your baby from birth to prevent more serious problems in the future.
Does asymmetry rehabilitation require a parent to exercise with their child?
For young children, therapy in the office and home exercises performed by the parent have the best effect. In the e-book and the video, I show simple exercises in the form of play. This way you can safely support your child's development at home.
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