Movement Observations


MOVEMENT OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
LIVING THINGS THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS

Difficulty jumping into water or on a trampoline.
Poor hand/eye coordination.
Difficulty walking up and down stairs.
Writes with excessive pressure or pain / Carpal Tunnel or other wrist issues.
Prone to twisting ankles, inside or outside of ankle or knee pain.
Challenged with gross motor coordination.
Challenged with fine motor coordination(buttoning clothes,tying shoes)
Poor hip mobility/stability. “Hip Hiking” when standing.
Lack of 6 point crawling in infancy.
Difficulty with dancing steps, soccer, or skipping.
Difficulty with running.
Difficulty catching a ball.
Difficulty turning from belly to back.
Tends to collapse, lean forward, poor posture.
Ape-like walking.
Everted (duck like) or inverted (pigeon toed) gait.
Tendency to lock knees.
Stiff jerky movement, difficulty with moving fluidly. Appears lazy or slothful.
Difficulty controlling body in space.
“W” leg position when floor sitting.
Difficulty sitting still – fidgeting
Tires more quickly walking on hard flat surfaces than on trails. Prone to tripping.
Tires more quickly walking on trails than on hard flat surfaces. Tends to look at feet when walking.

MOVEMENT OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
ANIMAL LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS


MOVEMENT OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
VERTEBRATE LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS


MOVEMENT OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
MAMMAL LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS


MOVEMENT OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
PRIMATE LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS


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