Baby Developmental Delays physiotherapy rehabilitation, treatment and exercises in London at home or at our Practices in Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4 with our Paediatric Physiotherapist specialised in babies with late crawling, late walking, walking unaided, delayed motor development
Specialised paediatric physiotherapist treating babies with developmental delays in London
Delayed motor development, such as late walking or crawling may be due to several reasons. It could be a simple delay or down to a more severe neurological condition such as baby cerebral palsy and hypotonia. If your baby does not have a neurological disorder, however is exhibiting signs of late development, or you are having doubts about his progress. Our specialist physiotherapists will conduct a complete assessment, create a treatment plan and give you any advice needed to monitor and guide your baby’s progression.
If you are an Axa or Bupa patient, you cannot book online. Please call our office with your authorisation number.
At BabyPhysio London, our paediatric Physiotherapists are specialized in the treatment of developmental delays and have a caring, gentle and professional manner. Each physiotherapist has been highly trained and all have years of experience working in hospitals and private practices all over the world.
Our physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa registered & recognised (BUPA Global and BUPA UK), Axa registered & recognised (AXA International, AXA PPP), Cigna registered & recognised and WPA registered & recognised
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Baby Developmental Delay Treatments at Home in London or in our practices in Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4 with our paediatric physiotherapist
At BabyPhysio London we usually carry out physiotherapy treatment for babies with developmental delays at your home, because it is easier for parents not to have to commute with their child, and also because it is preferable for the baby to learn in an environment which is familiar to him. Our physiotherapists offer appointments 7 days a week, including evenings for your convenience.
For parents who prefer their babies to be seen at one of our London practices, we also offer treatment at our practices: the Light Centre Belgravia SW1 in Westminster, near Victoria station and our practice in Clapham SW4 between Clapham south and Clapham common Stations.
More information about our baby developmental delay rehabilitation in London and baby milestones
How Our Physiotherapists Treat Developmental Delays in London Belgravia and Clapham
For both late developers or babies with neurological disorders, like baby cerebral palsy, in the same way, our specialist physiotherapists will make a full assessment of your baby’s weaknesses and strengths to develop an effective long term rehabilitation plan. This plan will help your child to achieve their full potential through fun, enjoyable and educational rehabilitation. It is very important for the rehabilitation to be considered as fun games rather than work so that your baby can learn faster and be more attentive during the sessions. The physiotherapist will also show you different exercises and games to do with your child in-between sessions. Parental involvement is very important for the rehabilitation to be successful. The baby needs to feel loved and supported within the best possible conditions in order to progress with their rehabilitation.
What Are the baby milestone ? Developmental steps that baby needs to achieve
Dependent on small variations in the child, neuromotor development stages also called milestone generally occur in a specific order during the first few years of a child’s life. The usual motor development trajectory for an infant is as follows:
At 3 months old:
- Raise the head while on the stomach
- Open and close the hands
- Bring the hand to the mouth
- Catch and shake objects at hand reach
Between 4 and 7 months:
- Roll back on the belly on both sides
- To pull himself to sit down
- Keep sitting with the support of his hands forward
Between 8 and 12 months:
- Sit down still unaided
- Use his hands when topples forward or sideways
- Hold stand up
- Move from one position to another
- Walk aided by holding on to objects or when moving objects
Of course, these learning stages may vary by a few months, depending on the individual child’s abilities. Whether your child is exhibiting signs of late development or not, it is always important to stimulate -and yet not over-stimulate them- with the help of games, educational hugs and massages to guide your child towards a happy and safe development.