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How Kinetic Bridging impacts missed development stages

We commonly read about milestones for motor skills in infant and toddler development. What we may not realize is each of these motor skills depends upon precursor stability patterns. The reason a child may not crawl is because many of the building blocks involved in crawling did not develop. Spending more time practicing crawling will not build these prerequisite skills either.

The majority of prerequisite essential stability patterns develop by 3-4 months of age. The patterns are incrementally developed from birth. Missed or skipped patterns result in compensatory developmental patterns. No two individual’s compensation patterns are the same, although they may have missed the same fundamental pattern. These same essential stabilization patterns are as necessary for three-year-olds, as the 13-, 43- or 93-year-olds.















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